How Ana Cvejic built an immune atlas of lung cancer

Lung cancer is the deadliest form of cancer worldwide. Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) is the most common form, making up 85% of cases. In a paper published today in Nature Communications, Open Targets researchers and collaborators used single-cell RNA sequencing to create a high resolution molecular map of immune cells in NSCLC tumours, to better understand the role of these cells in disease progression.

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Hi Ana and team, congratulations on this awesome work, this will accelerate science and research at a considerable pace! Would love to take a look at the dataset, how do I access it?

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Hi @arindamatgene, and welcome to the Open Targets Community! :tada:

The scRNA-seq and Visium datasets generated in this study are publicly available at BioStudies with accession numbers E-MTAB-13526 and E-MTAB-13530, respectively. The remaining data are available within the Article, Supplementary Information or Source Data file provided with the paper. The paper is Open Access.