Empowering scientists to work on the riskiest, most exciting ideas.
Empowering scientists to work on the riskiest, most exciting ideas.

Empowering scientists to work on the riskiest, most exciting ideas.

We are a regional research endeavor with international reach, where the Bay Area’s leading academic institutions join forces with CZ Biohub’s innovative internal team to catalyze impact, benefiting people and spurring partnerships around the world.

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Empowering scientists to work on the riskiest, most exciting ideas. Empowering scientists to work on the riskiest, most exciting ideas.

Many diseases are caused by disorders of the cell. That’s why we support rigorous, quantitative research in
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cell biology
.

Quantitative Cell Science
The Tabula Sapiens: A Single-Cell Transcriptomic Atlas of 15 Human Donors, 24 Tissues and Organs, and nearly 500,000 Cells

This collaborative project provides a molecular characterization of cellular diversity in the human body.

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Quantitative Cell Science
OpenCell: A Collection of Localization and Interactome Measurements for Human Proteins

A collaboration between the Leonetti group at CZ Biohub and the Mann Lab at the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, along with many other colleagues.

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CZ Biohub scientists introduce cytoself, a deep-learning method that reveals information on protein localization and interactions

‘Tabula Sapiens’ Multi-Organ Cell Atlas Already Yielding Surprises for Biologists

New CZ Biohub-built ‘DaXi’ microscope – An advance in light-sheet imaging

WATCH – From parts list to blueprint: OpenCell lights the way

Who’s feeding the fish? – Biohub-built ‘ZAF’ automates
zebrafish care in the lab

Join the CZ Biohub team – Explore opportunities

Because existing and emerging pathogens continue to threaten human health worldwide, we create and deploy systems to detect and respond to
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infectious disease
globally.

CZ Biohub
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tools and technologies
will always be freely available to scientists around the world.