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CZI Human Cell Atlas Seed Network

CZI Human Cell Atlas Seed Network diagram by Boloc et al, PLOS One
Boloc et al, PLOS One

The aim of the Human Cell Atlas (HCA) is to build reference maps of all human cells in order to enhance our understanding of health and disease. The Seed Networks for the HCA project aims to bring together collaborators with different areas of expertise in order to facilitate the development of the HCA. Find the latest research from members of the HCA Seed Networks here.

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Nature Communications

Dimensionality reduction by UMAP to visualize physical and genetic interactions

Nature CommunicationsMarch 27, 2020
Michael W DorrityCole Trapnell
55
Nature Methods

3D ATAC-PALM: super-resolution imaging of the accessible genome

Nature MethodsMarch 24, 2020
Liangqi XieZhe Liu
185
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Cell Reports

Spatial Ecology of the Human Tongue Dorsum Microbiome

Cell ReportsMarch 27, 2020
Steven A WilbertGary G Borisy
130
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bioRxiv

Cellular mRNA signals in human kidney tumors

bioRxivMarch 20, 2020
Matthew D YoungSam Behjati
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Antioxidants & Redox Signaling

Cell Senescence, DNA Damage and Metabolism

Antioxidants & Redox SignalingMarch 28, 2020
Riva Shmulevich, Valery Krizhanovsky
bioRxiv

A Clock-Driven Neural Network Critical for Arousal

bioRxivMarch 14, 2020
Benjamin J. BellMark N. Wu
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bioRxiv

Structural and developmental principles of neuropil assembly in C. elegans

bioRxivMarch 15, 2020
Mark W. MoyleDaniel A. Colón-Ramos
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