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LUNGMAP PHASE II
The LungMAP 2 initiative will create detailed molecular maps of the neonatal, pediatric and early adult human lung to enable improved understanding of functionally and anatomically defined cell types. See more about the Phase II research projects.
Resident interstitial lung fibroblasts and their role in alveolar stem cell niche development, homeostasis, injury, and regeneration
Another new LungMAP Publication!Read more
Proteomic Analysis of Human Lung Development
New LungMAP Publication! Exciting new study from LungMAP Investigators at PNNL to explore proteome variation the human lung across 50 pediatric and adult donors spanning nearly 9k proteins.Read more
High-throughput and high-efficiency sample preparation for single-cell proteomics using a nested nanowell chip
Single-cell proteomics using nanoPOTS, from PNNL investigators including LungMAP PI's Geremy Clair and Josh AdkinsRead more
Donor tissue supplied through the US DHHS Donation and Transplantation Network, the National Disease Research Interchange and the International Institute for Advancement of Medicine, organizations that link donor families to the scientific community.
We are extremely grateful to the families who have generously given such precious gifts to support this important research.