This new imaging system significantly expands the number of protein biomarkers that can be simultaneously detected from tissues and tumors as compared to results from standard fluorescent immunohistochemistry methods. With the potential to revolutionize disease research and change the way diseases are treated and ultimately cured in the future, this new approach provides researchers with an unprecedented view of complex cellular phenotypes and their relationships in the context of the tissue microenvironment.
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The program will include live presentations by
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"I am very excited to empower members of the global research community with this innovative new system and enable them to transform our understanding of life, leading to the development of better diagnostics and more effective therapies in the future," said Linthwaite. "Join us for this exciting event on the 24th and hear firsthand about the next frontier in tissue imaging."
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