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The Inside Scope

Customer Spotlight: A Deeper Understanding of Cardiac Transplant Rejection

We interviewed Dr. Patrick Bruneval, Head of Pathology at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in Paris to learn more about his research in cardiac allograft rejection...

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The Path to Phenoptics: From Telescope to Microscope

Akoya acquired the Phenoptics portfolio in 2018 to provide, in combination with CODEX, a spectrum of powerful tools spanning biomarker discovery to clinical research applications. The story of Phenoptics begins much earlier, however, at Cambridge Research & Instrumentation...

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Customer Spotlight: Running a Core Lab from Home

With many away from their labs these past few months, scientists have faced difficulty continuing their research. Several core lab facilities in universities and research institutes...

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Your Questions, Answered – A Deep Dive on the CODEX MAV

In our recent Akoya Academy webinar, “A Deep Dive on the Multiplex Analysis Viewer (MAV) to Analyze CODEX Images”, we heard from Grady Carlson, PhD, Technical...

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Customer Spotlight: Using Multiplex IHC in Infectious Disease Research

In a recent paper published in the American Journal of Pathology, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine and collaborators studied temporospatial disease progression in Ebola...

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COVID-19: Six Research Highlights and Stories We’re Following

In the past few months, amid the coronavirus outbreak, life has become drastically different for all of us. Many of us have adjusted to staying in...

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Implementing CODEX in a Core Lab: A Case Study from ABRF 2020

We were in Palm Springs last week for the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) 2020 Annual Meeting. Core lab professionals came together to learn about...

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CODEX Software Suite Unlocks the Power of Single-Cell, Spatial Analysis in FFPE Tissue

Single-cell RNA-sequencing methods have become a mainstay tool for cancer researchers. Techniques like CITE-Seq can analyze the expression patterns of large sets of mRNAs and proteins in hundreds...

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Ask an Expert: A novel approach for spatial multi-omics with single cell resolution

Nature declared single-cell multimodal omics to be the 2019 Method of the Year. This follows the entrenchment of single-cell transcriptome analyses as household tools in biological...

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