nanoString(PhileKorea)과 illumina의 Digital Spatial Profiling Seminar에 초대합니다.
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날짜 2020.06.10
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nanoString(PhileKorea)과 illumina의

Digital Spatial Profiling Seminar에 초대합니다.

Discover the spatial context of biological systems

A joint live weinar with NanoString and Illumina

 

 

Explore the genomics in another dimension with NanoString's GeoMx®
Digital Spatial Profiler and Illumina's NextSeq 2000. Our experts from NanoString and Illumina will guide you through the integrated workflow that combine Spatial Biology and Next Generation Sequencing at this joint webinar.
 
Date: June 10, 2020
Time: 2 pm, Seoul
Language: Korean
Speaker
Sook Lee
General Product Manager
PhileKorea
Morphology-driven high-plex spatial analysis of tissue microenvironments
Spatial characterization of the immune contexture in the tumor microenvironment (TME) is essential for understanding the relationship between immune and tumor cells. However, it has proven difficult to perform such studies in a highly multiplexed manner using limited samples. To address this unmet need, we have developed an imaging and tissue-sampling platform designed to simultaneously analyze up to hundreds of tumor and immune proteins in distinct locations on a single FFPE tissue section. To supplement this capacity, we have recently developed an RNA detection chemistry that can profile thousands of transcripts using NGS sequencing platforms on the same FFPE sample types.  Using this novel technology, called Digital Spatial Profiling (DSP), we demonstrate multiplexed protein and RNA analysis of defined regions of interest within a tumor enabling systematic interrogation of the immune status in the tumor microenvironment.
 
 
Kenny Choi
Sr. Applied Genomics Specialist
Illumina
Next Generation sequencing based spatial gene expression profiling solution
Spatial characterization of the immune contexture in the tumor microenvironment (TME) is essential for understanding the relationship between immune and tumor cells. However, it has proven difficult to perform such studies in a highly multiplexed manner using limited samples. To address this unmet need, we have developed an imaging and tissue-sampling platform designed to simultaneously analyze up to hundreds of tumor and immune proteins in distinct locations on a single FFPE tissue section. To supplement this capacity, we have recently developed an RNA detection chemistry that can profile thousands of transcripts using NGS sequencing platforms on the same FFPE sample types.  Using this novel technology, called Digital Spatial Profiling (DSP), we demonstrate multiplexed protein and RNA analysis of defined regions of interest within a tumor enabling systematic interrogation of the immune status in the tumor microenvironment.
 
 
 
Research Grants
Pacific Spatial Biology Research Grant
From April 20th to June 20th, researchers across Asia Pacific will be able to explore the realm of spatial biology by applying the Pacific Spatial Biology Research Grant Program!
 
 
Choose from one of the following topics and submit 500 words of abstract. The selected winners will be provided with free reagents to profile up to 96 protein or >1800 RNA on FFPE/Fresh Frozen tissue section.
 
  • Neuroscience-Protein
  • Immuno-oncology-Protein
  • Immuno-oncology-RNA (84 genes)
  • Cancer Transcriptome Atlas (1833 genes)
Apply today and be one of the eight winners!
Latest Publications
Do you know that more than 17 publications on high impact journals including Nature, Nature Biotechnology and Nature Medicine have been published on GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler since its launch in May,  2019?
Check out some of latest publications below and the full list here.
Tertiary Lymphoid Structures Improve Immunotherapy and Survival in Melanoma
 
Cabrita et al. Nature. 2020
 
 
Chimeric Peptide Species Contribute to Divergent Dipeptide Repeat Pathology in c9ALS/FTD and SCA36
 
McEachin et al. Neuron. 2020
 
 
Multiplex digital spatial profiling of proteins and RNA in fixed tissue
 
Meritt et al. Nature Biotechnology. 2020
 
 

 

 

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