Visium: from histology to spatial gene expression and protein detection

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The relationship between cells and their relative locations within a tissue sample can be critical to understanding disease pathology.
Spatial transcriptomics is a groundbreaking technology that allows scientists to measure all the gene activity in a tissue sample and map where the activity is occurring. With the introduction of the new immunofluorescent protocol you can now gain a more complete picture of the biology on a tissue slide by combining whole transcriptome spatial gene expression and protein detection in the same tissue section.Already this technology is leading to new discoveries that will prove instrumental in helping scientists gain a better understanding of biological processes and disease.

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In this webinar, you will learn how:

- To map the whole transcriptome with morphological context
- To discover genes and markers relevant to your research without having to rely on known targets
- To alternatively, focus on your genes of interest using targeted gene expression panels
- To spatially map cell subtypes and their gene expression profiles in the tissue context by visualizing protein and gene expression simultaneously
- Visium Spatial Transcriptomics is applied to real life research

The webinar will consist of a ~55 minute presentation followed by a live Q&A session.

Can't make it live? No problem, register here and we'll send you an email when the recording is available.