Zebrahub is a multimodal, single-cell RNA sequencing atlas of vertebrate development at single-embryo resolution, using zebrafish as a model organism.
In the CZ Biohub Network, we know that open access to tools, data, and other resources expedites solutions. Not only do we invent tools to enable avenues for biomedical research that were not possible before, but we also make them available for the scientific community to access and use. We also collaborate closely with the scientific community to support open source tools that are solving the unique analysis needs of researchers.
OpenCell is a proteome-scale collection of protein localization and interaction measurements in human cells.
An interactive data explorer for single-cell datasets that leverages modern web development techniques to enable fast visualizations of at least 1 million cells, enabling data exploration.
CZ ID is a hypothesis-free global software platform that helps scientists identify pathogens in metagenomic sequencing data.
A comprehensive compendium of single-cell transcriptomic data from the model organism Mus musculus.
Tabula Sapiens is a benchmark, first-draft human cell atlas of nearly 500,000 cells.
The COVID Tissue Atlas enables the investigation of both cell type-specific and cross-organ transcriptional responses to COVID-19, providing insights into the molecular networks affected by the disease and highlighting novel potential targets for therapies and drug development.
A comparative study, in collaboration with Vizgen, Inc. and UC San Francisco, of MERFISH spatial transcriptomics in mouse liver and kidney with bulk and single-cell RNA sequencing data from Tabula Muris Senis.
Provides the molecular foundation for investigating how lung cell identities, functions, and interactions are achieved in development and tissue engineering and altered in disease and evolution.
The Fly Cell Atlas brings together Drosophila researchers interested in single-cell genomics, transcriptomics, and epigenomics, to build comprehensive cell atlases during different developmental stages and disease models.