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Spatially Profile Human Immune Cells Within FFPE Tissue Samples

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Considering the spatial distribution of immune cells is crucial when determining the prognosis and overall survival outcomes of cancer patients. Nevertheless, despite the valuable transcriptomic information provided by probe-based spatial assays, detecting immune cell infiltration can pose challenges due to their low mRNA content.

This poster highlights assay solutions that enable the spatial characterization of immune cell populations within multiple tissue types, including immune-rich human tonsil, lymph node and breast cancer. 

Download this poster to learn more about:

•  Conducting whole-transcriptome analyses with human FFPE tissues  
•  Achieving high-quality transcriptomic and proteomic libraries with a spatial biology context
•  Highly specific and sensitive immune cell epitope detection 

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