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New immunological assays now enable rich measurements of human immune function, but difficulty attaining enough measurements across sufficiently large and diverse cohorts has hindered describing normal human immune physiology on a large scale. Here we present the 10,000 Immunomes Project (10KIP), a diverse human immunology reference derived from over 44,000 individuals across 242 studies from ImmPort, a publicly available resource of raw immunology study data and protocols. We carefully curateddoi:10.1101/180489 fatcat:kxlayjybmnbf7kcjyaf2omoyhu