WORKSHOP: Multiplex imaging approaches and antibody tools for deep spatial phenotyping in intact tissue sections

Learn best practices for use of the advanced tissue multiplexing facilities in the Translational Histopathology Lab

Deep immune phenotyping of the tissue microenvironment can reveal how the spatial and structural relationships between different cell types can influence disease pathology and progression. The Vectra® Polaris™ Imaging System in the CRUK, Oxford Centre Translational Histopathology Lab (THL), combined with Akoya’s Opal™ multiplexing chemistry and antibodies from Cell Signaling Technology enables a full end-toned solution for deep immune profiling projects across multiple disease and tissue types.

Join this workshop to:

  • Discover more about the reagents, antibodies and imaging tools needed for deep spatial phenotyping of intact tissue sections.
  • Learn best practices to: Choose optimal antibodies for advanced multiplex tissue assays. Ensure quantitative spectral unmixing of multiple overlapping fluorophores. Obtain accurate autofluorescence removal.