The most comprehensive map of one million human cells from 33 organs has been prepared

The most comprehensive map of one million human cells from 33 organs has been prepared

An international team of scientists has compiled the atlas by collecting detailed data of one million different cells from around 33 human organs. It is expected that this way will pave the way for the treatment of health and diseases.

Dr. Sarah Taichman, a researcher associated with the Wellcome Singer Center, said that the 'Human Cell Atlas' has been called the Google Map of the human body. It can be seen in the different types of human cells and their function in the corridors of the tissue.


The latest addition includes an additional five hundred thousand cells from 24 human tissues and organs, including the heart, skin, and other cells. The details of all these have been published in four articles in the journal called 'Science' on May 13. A total of 2300 scientists from 83 countries have participated in it.

It can also be described as a counterpart to the Human Genome Project, which includes the entire draft of human active genes. Dr. Stephen Quick of Stanford University associated with the project says that we call the human genome the original book of life, which is not true. Other conditions can be evaluated.
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