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Comprehensive in situ mapping of human cortical transcriptomic cell types

By Christoffer Mattsson Langseth, Daniel Gyllborg, Jeremy Andrew Miller, Jennie L. Close, Brian Long, Ed S. Lein, Markus Hilscher, Mats Nilsson

Posted 28 Jan 2021
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2021.01.28.428548

The ability to spatially resolve the cellular architecture of human cortical cell types over informative areas is essential to understanding brain function. We combined in situ sequencing gene expression data and single-nucleus RNA-sequencing cell type definitions to spatially map cells in sections of the human cortex via probabilistic cell typing. We mapped and classified a total of 59,816 cells into all 75 previously defined subtypes to create a first spatial atlas of human cortical cells in their native position, their abundances and genetic signatures.

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