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The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP)

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The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program aims to develop an open and global platform to map healthy cells in the human body. Here is the latest research from researchers working on the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program.

Top 20 most recent papers
Diabetes Care

Introducing the Endotype Concept to Address the Challenge of Disease Heterogeneity in Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes CareNovember 21, 2019
Manuela BattagliaMark Peakman
Circulation

Technology-Enabled Clinical Trials: Transforming Medical Evidence Generation

CirculationOctober 22, 2019
Guillaume Marquis-GravelEric David Peterson
11
Nature Methods

Nanopore native RNA sequencing of a human poly(A) transcriptome

Nature MethodsNovember 20, 2019
Rachael E. WorkmanWinston Timp
263
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bioRxiv

Demand for Multiplatform and Meta-analytic Approaches in Transcriptome Profiling

bioRxivDecember 2, 2019
Dóra TombáczZsolt Boldogköi
9
Nature

Heterogeneity in old fibroblasts is linked to variability in reprogramming and wound healing

NatureOctober 1, 2019
Salah MahmoudiAnne Brunet
298
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Science Advances

MIBI-TOF: A multiplexed imaging platform relates cellular phenotypes and tissue structure

Science AdvancesOctober 1, 2019
Leeat KerenMichael Angelo
bioRxiv

A limited set of transcriptional programs define major histological types and provide the molecular basis for a cellular taxonomy of the human body

bioRxivNovember 27, 2019
Alessandra BreschiRoderic Guigó
25
bioRxiv

Selective metabolic redundancy of Gpi1 allows for specific inhibition of inflammatory Th17 cells

bioRxivNovember 29, 2019
Lin WuDan R. Littman
11
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Cell

Multimodal Analysis of Cell Types in a Hypothalamic Node Controlling Social Behavior

CellOctober 17, 2019
Dong-Wook KimDavid J. Anderson
67
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bioRxiv

A fully phased accurate assembly of an individual human genome

bioRxivNovember 26, 2019
David PorubskýTobias Marschall
128
Nucleic Acids Research

Expression Atlas update: from tissues to single cells

Nucleic Acids ResearchOctober 30, 2019
Irene PapatheodorouAlvis Brazma
29
Nature Communications

A reference map of murine cardiac transcription factor chromatin occupancy identifies dynamic and conserved enhancers

Nature CommunicationsOctober 28, 2019
Brynn N AkerbergWilliam T. Pu
10
bioRxiv

A genome-wide almanac of co-essential modules assigns function to uncharacterized genes

bioRxivNovember 1, 2019
Michael WainbergMichael Cory Bassik
53
bioRxiv

Suppressor mutations in Mecp2-null mice reveal that the DNA damage response is key to Rett syndrome pathology

bioRxivOctober 19, 2019
Adebola EnikanolaiyeMonica J Justice
6
bioRxiv

Sarcomeres regulate cardiomyocyte maturation through MRTF-SRF signaling

bioRxivNovember 13, 2019
Yuxuan GuoWilliam T. Pu
2
bioRxiv

A Multimodal and Integrated Approach to Interrogate Human Kidney Biopsies with Rigor and Reproducibility: The Kidney Precision Medicine Project

bioRxivNovember 6, 2019
Tarek M El-AchkarFor the Kidney Precision Medicine Project
19
bioRxiv

Dynamic Bayesian networks for integrating multi-omics time-series microbiome data

bioRxivNovember 8, 2019
Daniel Ruiz-PérezGiri Narasimhan
19
Nature Biotechnology

In situ readout of DNA barcodes and single base edits facilitated by in vitro transcription

Nature BiotechnologyNovember 18, 2019
Amjad AskaryMichael B Elowitz
291
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bioRxiv

MOFA+: a probabilistic framework for comprehensive integration of structured single-cell data

bioRxivNovember 9, 2019
Ricard ArgelaguetOliver Stegle
111
Diabetologia

The risk of progression to type 1 diabetes is highly variable in individuals with multiple autoantibodies following screening

DiabetologiaNovember 25, 2019
Laura M JacobsenJay M Sosenko
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