Human Tumor Atlas Network


HTAN is a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-funded Cancer MoonshotSM initiative to construct 3-dimensional atlases of the dynamic cellular, morphological, and molecular features of human cancers as they evolve from precancerous lesions to advanced disease. (Cell April 2020)

11
Atlases
46
Organs
1236
Cases
2879
Biospecimens

The latest HTAN data release includes tumors originating from 17 primary tumor sites:

# of Cases110100LiverHead and NeckKidneyPleuraBoneParaspinalOther and Ill-defined SitesSoft TissueSkinOvaryBrainAdrenal GlandBone MarrowPancreasLungColorectalBreast

The tumors were profiled with 16 different types of assays:

# of Cases110100mIHCSABERCODEXShotgun MS (lipidomics)LC-MS3LC-MS/MSIMC10X VisiumMxIFBulk RNA-seqscATAC-seqCyCIFMIBIscRNA-seqBulk DNAH&E

Many more profiled tumors will be available in the future. Stay tuned!