Human Protein Atlas Project Issues New Release Covering 80-plus Percent of the Proteome | GenomeWeb

Scientists led by Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) researcher Mathias Uhlén have released a new version of the Human Protein Atlas database.

The new release – the twelfth edition of the HPA – contains antibody-based protein data for more than 80 percent of the human protein-coding genes as well as RNA expression data for more than 90 percent of these genes.

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