Sixth data release

28 January 2015

Monocytes and neutrophils are the most abundant white cells in peripheral blood and essential components of the innate immune system, which comprises the first line of defense against infection. Although both are derived from the myelomonocytic progenitor cell and have similar functions as phagocytes and cytokine producing cells, monocyte are immature cells that have additional functions in antigen presenting and the capacity to further differentiate into macrophages.

The sixth Blueprint data release is now available. Within Blueprint we have so far isolated cells from 11 Bone marrow, 64 Venous blood, 46 Cord blood, 1 Tonsil and 7 Cell line samples and performed epigenomic analysis including RNA-seq, DNAme-seq, DNAseI-seq and 8 different ChIP-seq experiments. This release includes data from monocytes, granulocyte neutrophils, eosinophils, macrophages (M0 , M1 and M2 ), naive CD4+ and naive CD8+ cells and cell line samples.

Future releases of data for additional samples are planned at a regular basis.

Information about the reuse of data generated by the EC funded FP7 High Impact Project, Blueprint can be found via the following link.

Information about data access for non-BLUEPRINT members can be found via the following link.