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Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics, Microbiology and immunology, Biochemistry and molecular biology

Spatial mapping and quantification of total gene expression in the tissue context

sponsored by 10x Genomics


Assessing gene expression with morphological context is critical to our understanding of biology and the progression of disease. With spatial transcriptome analysis, researchers can now map the whole transcriptome for fresh frozen or FFPE tissue sections with morphological context.

Learn how to adopt spatial transcriptome analysis for a comprehensive understanding of the relationships between cellular function, phenotype, relationships, and location in intact tissue sections. Enabling deeper insight into cancer, immunology, neuroscience, developmental biology, and beyond, researchers can discover more by seeing biology at true resolution. Discover novel insights into normal development, disease pathology, and clinical translational research.

Learning objctives:

  1. The spatial transcriptomic analysis workflow
  2. Spatial transcriptomic analysis data analysis and case studies
  3. How to access spatial transcriptomic analysis technology products and services


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