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CODEX® imaging solution for spatially-resolved deep biomarker profiling of single cells in tissue samples
Tumor microenvironment (TME) allows tumors to grow through various intercellular interactions, creating an environment that collectively inhibits immunity. Understanding the spatial structure of these various cells in the tissues requires technology that can help detect multiple markers and understand the interrelationships between specific spatial locations within the tissue. Especially high parameter single cell analysis has driven deep understanding of immune processes in TME.

CODEX® (CO-Detection by indEXing) technology was developed in the lab of Dr. Garry Nolan at Stanford University, who has served as a pioneer in technological and computational methods to enable a better understanding of tissue architecture and its contribution to disease pathology.

This webinar will demonstrate CODEX as the next generation fluorescent imaging technology to provide highly multiplexed analysis of tissues. The technology converts standard inverted fluorescent microscopes into high dimensional imaging platforms enabling deep phenotyping of solid tissue in both fresh frozen and FFPE formats.

In this webinar you will learn about:
• the CODEX technology for simultaneous analysis of up to 56 biomarkers
• cell-to-cell interactions, cellular niches and neighborhoods
• CODEX application area: cancer immunology, blood suspension cells, neurosciences, infectious diseases, etc

This will be followed by a live Q&A with the presenter.


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