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Miltenyi webinar 18th June Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases Dr. Marie Laviron

Deciphering Cell–Cell Interactions in Liver Metastases

The liver is the most common metastatic site for many primary tumors. Single-cell gene and protein expression, in combination with spatial data that contextualizes relationships with other tumor cells and structures, are critical to fully understand how cells communicate in liver metastases.

Resolving the precise spatial location of each single cell allows for a comprehensive understanding of the tissue architecture for each tumor and helps identify critical cell–cell communication circuits.

This webinar will highlight approaches to generating a spatial atlas of tumors, illustrate how to integrate single-cell transcriptomics data with spatial data and explore how to track cell behavior to study cell–cell interactions in each cellular neighborhood.

Attend this webinar to:
  • Learn how to apply spatial biology to liver oncology
  • Find out how to merge single-cell transcriptomic and spatial data
  • Understand cell–cell interactions in tumors
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Dr. Marie Laviron
Postdoctoral Researcher
Flanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB)
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