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An AI-based poem about the Human Protein Atlas

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In the depths of our being, A microscopic world we cannot see, Where proteins reign supreme, And bring us to our knees.

The Human Protein Atlas, A treasure trove of information, Shows us the complexity, Of our cellular nation.

Each protein has a purpose, A task it must perform, To keep us healthy and strong, And shield us from harm.

Some proteins build our muscles, Others help us breathe, Some regulate our hormones, And make our bodies seethe.

The Human Protein Atlas, A guidebook to our core, Unravels the mysteries, That we've never known before...Read more

The HPA Director's Blog - summary of the year 2022


Despite all the challenges with raging inflation, high electricity and energy prizes and an incredibly vicious war in Europe, the HPA consortium can look back on a fruitful year with many new features and massive amounts of additional underlying data...Read more

Detecting cancer from a drop of blood - Interview


An interview with the Director of the Human Protein Atlas was recently published online in Technology Networks by the editor Molly Campbell...Read more

Multiplex Immunohistochemistry to Showcase Distal Tubules in Kidney


The Tissue Atlas section has in this version implemented multiplex immunohistochemistry for a selection of 500 unique proteins in testis and kidney. The new data can be used to explore high-resolution fluorescence images at the single-cell level...Read more

10K citations for the Tissue Atlas publication


The research article "Tissue-based map of the human proteome" has reached a major milestone with more than 10,000 citations according to Google Scholar...Read more