September 12 - 13
Amsterdam The Netherlands
Join us in Amsterdam for the Spatial Biology EU Conference.
Meet our scientists on-site and discover our universal, end-to-end spatial biology solution, answering the needs of the scientific community from early discovery to late-stage translational and clinical research.
Our solutions allow you to minimize validation challenges and move fast from biomarker discovery to translational research.
Want to know more about our spatial biology solutions? Send us a message and secure a meeting with the team.
Join leaders, experts and researchers at the Spatial Biology Europe, connecting global academic & research organisations as well as pharma representatives for high-level discussions on the latest innovations in spatial research & technologies.
12:10 - 12:40 PM CEST
Track 2: Applications of the spatial research & technologies in biology
When investigating tissue samples to achieve a deep understanding of tissue composition, and identify drivers of pathologies as well as therapy responses, it is key to preserve the spatial context to correlate biomarkers with cell source, cell-cell interaction and tissue organization. Although spatial data is highly valuable, its reproducibility and ease of analysis is often questioned. We will be diving into how you can overcome spatial biology’s complexity and technical barriers with Lunaphore’s high-throughput, hyperplex solutions. We will show how COMET™, can detect 40 biomarkers per automated run using your existing libraries of off-the-shelf, non-conjugated antibodies as well as user-guided protocol templates, while preserving tissue integrity for downstream analysis. This technology robustly and reproducibly produces state-of-the-art, whole-tissue images at single-cell resolution. We will also present our new COMET™ image analysis software, HORIZON™, tailored to support your spatial image analysis workflow by rapidly obtaining precise single-cell data for your downstream statistical analysis pipeline. We will highlight how to empower your lab with a fast and reliable “slide in, data out” approach in immuno-oncology to neuroscience disease research.
Doris Loutan, M.Sc.