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November 15 | Virtual & Stockholm, Sweden

Be a part of the in situ technology revolution that will transform our understanding of biology. Experience subcellular in situ from the single cell leader. Join us to explore the new Xenium platform and the ways it can help advance your research and enhance your understanding of cellular structure and function through gene expression with subcellular resolution. 

During this exciting event, you will:

  • Learn about the versatile and user-friendly instrument, curated and customizable panels, and expert support that make up this complete platform 
  • See how Xenium In Situ lets you refine and validate biological insights revealed through single cell and/or spatial analysis
  • Dive into the latest Xenium data, featuring localization of hundreds of single-molecule RNA targets at subcellular resolution

Those joining us in person will also have the opportunity to meet with fellow researchers and connect with on-site spatial biology experts who are ready to answer your questions. We look forward to seeing you!

2:30–4:00 PM CET

2:00–6:00 PM CET
10x Genomics
Life City, Solnavägen 3
Stockholm, Sweden

Registration 2:00–2:30 PM
Launch event 2:30–4:00 PM
Open panel discussion 4:00–4:30 PM
Happy hour 4:30–6:00 PM

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Welcome note

Mitu Chaudhary
Director, Product Management, In Situ
10x Genomics

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Welcome to the Resolution Revolution: High-performance in situ made fast and easy

Malte Kühnemund, PhD
Director, R&D
10x Genomics

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Deciphering cellular diversity in situ: An early exploration of Xenium data

Sergio Marco Salas
Science for Life Laboratory, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Stockholm University

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Spatial investigation of tumor dissemination in colon cancer unraveling predictive biomarkers for relapse

Amin El-Heliebi, PhD
Research Prof. Priv.-Doz., Division of Cell Biology, Histology & Embryology
Medical University Graz, Gottfried Schatz Research Center

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