This post is part of a two-part series on Akoya’s software tools for spatial analysis. Part 1 covers the CODEX Multiplex Analysis Viewer.
As researchers attempt to characterize cellular activity within the tissue microenvironment, it’s critical for them to have the tools they need to extract meaningful biological information from tissues. This is essential for basic research and drug development studies, as well as for analyzing the tumor microenvironment to determine cancer subtypes, validate drug targets, and stratify patients in translational oncology.
The Phenoptics™ solution includes a range of biomarker discovery tools which combine the latest technologies with trainable, automated algorithms and easy-to-use interfaces, enabling you to extract new, exciting discoveries from your data.
- Annotate — Phenochart is a whole slide contextual viewer that enables viewing and annotation of Brightfield and Fluorescent digital slides scanned on the Vectra 3 and Vectra Polaris
- Analyze — inForm® Tissue Analysis Software is an automated tissue analysis software package enabling comparative studies of multiple markers and specimens
- Report — phenoptrReports provides powerful, easy-to-use tools to analyze spatial relationships between cellular phenotypes and visualize their relationships on the tissue, displaying results in shareable, easy-to-read data reports
In this post, we’ll discuss how inForm enables researchers to visualize, analyze, quantify, and phenotype cells with multiplexed immunofluorescent stained FFPE tissue sections.