Below is the list of papers that are part of the Human Cell Atlas.
These have been approved by the HCA Publication Committee (composed of HCA Organising Committee members). The HCA Publication Committee reviews submitted publications to check if they fit within HCA technical scope.
This review by the HCA Publication Committee does not serve as peer review.
We encourage you to submit your paper for inclusion within the Human Cell Atlas publications. This can help your paper gain more visibility.
Any member of the HCA community can submit their preprint or their complete draft publication for review through this google form. NB, the committee will only review papers submitted with a link to a preprint or a complete draft.
Examples of papers in scope for HCA include, but are not limited to, those that include a significant proportion of genomics reference data from healthy human cells and tissues, created using single cell sequencing and/or spatial genomics atlas technologies. The amount of data should be significant, and this data needs to be submitted to the Data Coordination Platform (DCP), or if required, submitted to other relevant databases for managed access.
We also encourage you to submit your work to a preprint server.
Three committee members will be assigned to each paper and each will vote if the publication should become part of the HCA. If there is no consensus among 3 assigned committee members, the paper will be brought to the entire committee for additional review, to be decided by majority vote.
To submit your paper for review please complete this form.
Please ensure when sending your paper for review, that you have included a data availability statement, this can be either a reference to actual data or an explicit data release plan.
The following statement should be included in the acknowledgement section of the paper:
This publication is part of the Human Cell Atlas -
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