Video Tag: PhenoImager (Phenoptics)

Spatial Phenotyping Puts Cells in Context

Spatial phenotyping can fuel your next breakthrough. Learn how multiplex imaging solutions from Akoya Biosciences enable you to phenotype the full cellular diversity of a tissue sample, with spatial context.

Next Generation Cancer Treatment: Patient Stratification with Immuno-Oncology

This brief video explains how using biomarkers on tissue samples not only provides new insights into the biology of cancer but ultimately enables a new level of patient stratification.  This allows the most effective treatment to be used for any given cancer leading to significantly improved outcomes for patients.

Whole Slide Multiplex Tissue Analysis with Vectra Polaris System

True multiplex tissue analysis enables multiple biomarkers to be identified and spatial relationships between different cell types to be analyzed. The Vectra Polaris System provides a high throughput solution from Opal staining to whole slide imaging and multi-parameter image analysis for a deeper understanding of biology.

Bernard Fox, Ph.D. Discusses SITC Immunoscore Validation Project

Bernard Fox, Ph.D., Harder Family Endowed Chair in Cancer Research at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, discusses key finding from the SITC Immunoscore Validation Project.  The ability to clearly discriminate between tumors with or without immune cell infiltrates is critical to properly stratifying patients for interventional treatments.

Opal Multiplex IHC Assay Development and Optimization Tutorial

In this short video, Akoya Biosciences® Opal Applications Leader, Virginie Goubert, walks us through the streamlined Opal Multiplex Fluorescent IHC assay development and optimization process. Learn to speed up development time by following this simplified experimental design, leading to balanced signals, full dynamic expression of each marker, and faster quantitative results.

Multispectral Imaging Explained

This brief overview shows the power of multispectral imaging to unlock the full potential of spatial biology. This includes a discussion of the confounding effects of cross-talk between spectra and how this limitation has been successfully addressed with spectral-unmixing.