Toward a Common Coordinate Framework for the Human Body.
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Abstract

Understanding the genetic and molecular drivers of phenotypic heterogeneity across individuals is central to biology. As new technologies enable fine-grained and spatially resolved molecular profiling, we need new computational approaches to integrate data from the same organ across different individuals into a consistent reference and to construct maps of molecular and cellular organization at histological and anatomical scales. Here, we review previous efforts and discuss challenges involved in establishing such a common coordinate framework, the underlying map of tissues and organs. We focus on strategies to handle anatomical variation across individuals and highlight the need for new technologies and analytical methods spanning multiple hierarchical scales of spatial resolution.

Keywords

MERFISH
Spatial Anatomic
Slide-seq
Spatial reconstruction

MeSH terms

Anatomic Variation
Diagnostic Imaging
Humans
Physical Examination
Reference Standards

Authors

Rood, Jennifer E
Stuart, Tim
Ghazanfar, Shila
Biancalani, Tommaso
Fisher, Eyal
Butler, Andrew
Hupalowska, Anna
Gaffney, Leslie
Mauck, William
Eraslan, Gökçen
Marioni, John C
Regev, Aviv
Satija, Rahul

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