Accelerating COVID-19 Research with New Single-Cell Technologies

Cellxgene Explorer gives researchers the power to visualize single-cell datasets and unearth interesting biology in an accessible way. Here, lung tissue data from Tabula Sapiens, a reference set of cells collected from many different tissues, is colored by cell type and filtered to isolate immune cells for further analysis.

Visualizing the cells most vulnerable to COVID-19

By analyzing gene expression patterns using the cellxgene Explorer, researchers have identified cells in the nose, lung (pictured), and saliva that are vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 infection. Photo provided by VIB-UGent.

Powering COVID-19 research with reusable data

Preparing for future diseases

Researchers can reuse the data they discover in cellxgene Collections.

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