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Series GSE134355 Query DataSets for GSE134355
Status Public on Feb 10, 2020
Title Construction of A Human Cell Landscape by Single-cell mRNA-seq
Organisms Homo sapiens; Mus musculus
Experiment type Expression profiling by high throughput sequencing
Summary We used single-cell RNA sequencing to determine the cell type composition of all major human organs and construct a basic scheme for the human cell landscape (HCL). We reveal a single-cell hierarchy for many tissues that have not been well characterized previously. We present a “single-cell HCL analysis’’ pipeline that accurately defines human cell types and exemplify its utility in stem cell biology. Finally, we perform single-cell comparative analysis of the human and mouse cell atlases to reveal the conserved genetic networks in the mammalian system.
Overall design Microwell-seq analyses of 60 types of human tissues and supplementary datasets for the Mouse Cell Atlas data.
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Contributor(s) Guo G, Han X, Zhou Z, Fei L, Sun H, Wang R, Wang J, Chen H
Citation(s) 32214235
Submission date Jul 16, 2019
Last update date Aug 02, 2022
Contact name Guoji Guo
Organization name Center for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
Department Zhejiang University School of Medicine
Street address Yuhangtang street 866
City Hanzhou
ZIP/Postal code 310058
Country China
Platforms (2)
GPL20795 HiSeq X Ten (Homo sapiens)
GPL21273 HiSeq X Ten (Mus musculus)
Samples (141)
GSM3943045 Adult-Bone-Marrow1
GSM3943046 Adult-Adipose1
GSM3943047 Adult-Adrenal-Gland2
BioProject PRJNA554845
SRA SRP214806
SRA SRP217103

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