Mapping immune cell infiltrates in the tumor microenvironment using hyperplex immunofluorescence

On-demand Webinar

Multiplex immunofluorescence (mIF) allows the comprehensive analysis of biomarker distribution, which can answer essential questions about the pathophysiology of many disorders and reveal prognostic biomarkers as well as novel therapeutic targets.

Watch this webinar to:

  • discover how to overcome the complexity and technical barriers of spatial biology with Lunaphore’s high-throughput hyperplex solutions;
  • learn how to detect 40 biomarkers with COMET™ in a fully automated manner, to characterize the tumor microenvironment and map immune cell infiltrates at single-cell level;
  • discover the power of combining hyperplex images with machine learning clustering analysis to obtain a single-cell atlas of tissue specimens.

Following the presentation, all participants had the opportunity to ask further questions in a live Q&A session.


Bastian Nicolai

Product Manager


He is a molecular biotechnologist and holds an M.Sc. from the RWTH Aachen University. After more than seven years in the life science arena, joining companies focusing on immunology, immuno-oncology, and nucleic acid sample and assay technologies, Bastian is now the Product Manager at Lunaphore Technologies SA, concentrating on the applications portfolio for the spatial biology platforms COMET™ and LabSat®.