International Spatial Biology Congress

21-22 September 2022

La Haye, Netherlands

Booth #13

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The field of spatial biology is progressing rapidly and has already contributed to novel insights into cancer, neuroscience, infectious disease and many more. Technological advances have transformed our ability to assess cellular heterogeneity and determine the point of occurrence. Researchers can now better visualise the disease microenvironment by generating a comprehensive picture of gene or protein expression. This helps us gain a deeper understanding of molecular biology and the mechanisms driving the diseases.

With over 30 presentations, this congress will discuss the utilisation of spatial technologies and research by pharma and research institutions. This event will bring together scientists to focus on the potential and implication of three-dimensional genome organization in the various organisms, tissues and cell states.

More information about the event can be found here.

21 September 2022


21 September 2022

14:30 PM CEST

Spatial Technology, Spatial Profiling And Translational Research

Multiplexing immunofluorescence imaging enables the analysis of the whole tissue microenvironment: the single cell resolution combined with spatial localization retrieves the information of cellular relationships and organization within the same morphological context. However, the complexity of the analysis, time-consuming optimization, and execution of staining protocols, as well as significant challenges result in irreproducibility, slow down the wide adoption of such a powerful research tool. This talk will introduce how COMET™ performs automated staining and imaging, achieving high-quality, reproducible, and consistent results thanks to the Fast Fluidic Exchange™ (FFeX™) microfluidic technology.


Dr. Müge Akpinar

Dr. Müge Akpinar

Field Application Specialist

Lunaphore Technologies

Müge had hands-on research experience for more than 10 years at Sloan-Kettering Institute in New York, US and at Dresden University of Technology in Dresden, Germany. In her research, she focused on genomic and transcriptomic alterations in different types of lymphoma and neurodegenerative diseases. She built collaborations to design and produce biological tools such as viruses, transgenic mice and antibodies and extensively used NGS, FISH, bioinformatics, and microscopy in the lab. After a short post-doctoral period, she was trained in industrial life sciences management. This is where she discovered her interest in market needs in life sciences products and services. For the last 5 years, she has been working as a field application specialist to support end users in experimental design and technical troubleshooting as they are utilizing cutting-edge laboratory instruments.

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