Study

A molecular cell atlas of the human lung from single cell RNA sequencing

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001004344 Other

Study Description

Although single cell RNA sequencing studies have begun providing compendia of cell expression profiles, it has proven more difficult to systematically identify and localize all molecular cell types in individual organs to create a full molecular cell atlas. Here we describe droplet- and plate-based single cell RNA sequencing applied to ~75,000 human lung and blood cells, combined with a multi-pronged cell annotation approach, which have allowed us to define the gene expression profiles and anatomical locations of 58 cell populations in the human lung, including 41 of 45 previously known cell types or subtypes and 14 new ones. This comprehensive molecular atlas elucidates the biochemical functions of lung cell types and the cell-selective transcription factors and optimal markers for making and monitoring them; defines the cell targets of circulating hormones and predicts local signaling interactions including sources and targets of chemokines in immune cell trafficking and expression changes on lung homing; and identifies the cell types directly affected by lung disease genes and ... (Show More)

Study Datasets 3 datasets.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001006126
Contains FASTQs for cells from 20 10x channels across 2 NovaSeq runs, 42 384-well plates across 6 NovaSeq runs, and 12 96-well plates across 4 NextSeq runs.
Illumina NovaSeq 6000,NextSeq 500 3
EGAD00001006127
Contains FASTQs for cells from 20 10x channels across 2 NovaSeq runs, 42 384-well plates across 6 NovaSeq runs, and 12 96-well plates across 4 NextSeq runs.
Illumina NovaSeq 6000,NextSeq 500 3
EGAD00001006128
Contains FASTQs for cells from 20 10x channels across 2 NovaSeq runs, 42 384-well plates across 6 NovaSeq runs, and 12 96-well plates across 4 NextSeq runs.
Illumina NovaSeq 6000,NextSeq 500 3

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