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The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP)

The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) diagram by Miroslav Cvetinov, Shutterstock
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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
Nature Immunology

Distinct microbial and immune niches of the human colon

Nature ImmunologyFebruary 19, 2020
Kylie R JamesSarah A Teichmann
Nature Genetics

Systematic identification of silencers in human cells

Nature GeneticsFebruary 26, 2020
Baoxu Pang, Michael Snyder
Nature Ecology & Evolution

Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life

Nature Ecology & EvolutionFebruary 19, 2020
Rachael V GallagherBrian J Enquist
Nature Plants

Integrated multi-omics framework of the plant response to jasmonic acid

Nature PlantsMarch 15, 2020
Mark ZanderJoseph R. Ecker
Nature Ecology & Evolution

Publisher Correction: Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life

Nature Ecology & EvolutionMarch 11, 2020
Rachael V GallagherBrian J Enquist

Cellular mRNA signals in human kidney tumors

bioRxivMarch 20, 2020
Matthew D YoungSam Behjati
Annual Review of Immunology

Immunology in the Era of Single-Cell Technologies

Annual Review of ImmunologyFebruary 21, 2020
Mirjana EfremovaKylie R James
Genome Biology

Genotyping structural variants in pangenome graphs using the vg toolkit

Genome BiologyFebruary 14, 2020
Glenn HickeyBenedict Paten
Nature Reviews. Nephrology

Tools for the analysis of high-dimensional single-cell RNA sequencing data

Nature Reviews. NephrologyMarch 30, 2020
Yan Wu, Kun Zhang

Impact of metastatic prostate cancer on human bone marrow

bioRxivMarch 21, 2020
Ninib BaryawnoPeter Kharchenko

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