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The cancer tissue atlas contains gene expression data based on protein expression
patterns in 216 different cancer samples representing the 20 most common forms of
human cancer. Protein expression data is derived from antibody-based protein
profiling using immunohistochemistry. The data is presented as pathology-based
annotation of protein expression levels. All underlying images of
immunohistochemistry stained cancer tissues are available as high-resolution images
C A N C E R AT L A S in the cancer tissue atlas together with basic information regarding age, gender and
tumor phenotype.

The protein data includes protein expression levels corresponding to 16333 genes for which there are available
antibodies.

More detailed information is available on the Help & About pages

Example proteins in the cancer atlas:

KLK3
Kallikrein-related peptidase 3.
Selective cytoplasmic expression in prostate cancers. All other malignant tissues were
negative.

Melan-A
MLANA.
Selective cytoplasmic expression in melanomas. All other malignant tissues were
negative.

CDK1
Cyclin-dependent kinase 1.
Distinct cytoplasmic and nuclear expression in a subset of tumor cells in most malignant
tissues.

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The Human Protein Atlas project is funded


by the Knut & Alice Wallenberg foundation.