Human Cell Atlas: A Spatially Resolved Map of Human Breast Tissue

On-Demand Webinar

Single-cell analysis methods allow us to catalogue the vast diversity of cellular phenotypes that exist in a sample. However, cell behavior is a function of its surroundings, and how cells organize and interact within a tissue sample can impact biological and clinical outcomes.

Using high-resolution imaging powered by the PhenoCycler™ solution (formerly CODEX®), researchers can now analyze the spatial and geographical context of individual cells in combination with other methods, such as single-cell sequencing and spatial transcriptomics, to build spatially-resolved, single-cell, multi-omic maps of all human cells and tissues.

In this on-demand webcast, Dr. Kai Kessenbrock discusses how spatial phenotyping can enhance the biological insights from Human Cell Atlas initiatives.

You will learn:

  • How spatial phenotyping can generate high resolution maps of millions of cells in a tissue section
  • How to complement single-cell RNA-seq data with PhenoCycler spatial proteomic data
  • How to use spatial analysis tools to study cellular niches and neighborhoods within tissue samples
Dr. Kai Kessenbrock
Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center University of California, Irvine

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