This webinar will be hosted live and available on-demand
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
11:00 AM Eastern Time
Spatial biology research is revolutionizing the immuno-oncology field. However, for scientists outside of this field or for those who study nonhuman models or use rarer immuno-oncology marker panels and tissues, spatial biology applications may seem less relevant. This is primarily due to the scarcity of appropriate off-the-shelf multiplex panels. ChipCytometryTM is unique in the spatial biology arena in its ability to facilitate the building of highly multiplexed datasets from novel sample types and marker sets.
In this webinar brought to you by Canopy Biosciences, Shaye Hagler will explore the practical aspects of developing a custom multiplex assay for understanding the role of neutrophils in thrombosis.
Topics to be covered
- Case study of a spatial biology application outside immuno-oncology
- Practical considerations for assaying thrombus tissue
- Advantages of using ChipCytometry™ to assay novel sample types
Shaye Hagler, PhD
Project Scientist, Spatial Biology