In this webinar, we discuss the technical aspects of the technique for both Opal manual and automatic staining applications from the view of the lab bench and impart some guidance for its inclusion in the immunohistochemical workflow.
Webinar Category: Phenolmager (Phenoptics)
The Akoya Summit virtual event showcases the work of Dr. Zoltan Laszik, nephrologist at University of California San Francisco, using CODEX for high-plex multiparameter analysis in kidney tissue, as well as Dr. Abhishek Aggarwal, Pathology Group Leader at Gilead, using the Vectra Polaris for solid tumor biology. In addition Dr. Avik Mukerhjee, Technical Application Scientist at Akoya, reviews analytical capabilities that are offered by both the CODEX and Phenoptics platforms.
Home Resources Webinars Multiplex Immunofluorescence (mIF) 101: The Fundamentals Webinar Series: November 9, November 30, December 2, December 9, 2021 Join us for this four-part webinar series, featuring members of the JEDI (Joint Effort to Develop Multiplex Immunofluorescence Standards) Council for Multiplex IF/IHC Global Standardization, a multi-disciplinary taskforce comprising globally >30 members of immunologists, oncologists, …
Research over the years has determined that the spatial context of the TME is key to understanding cancer and improving its treatment. Spatial analysis of the TME reveals the distribution patterns of cell populations and elucidates the communication between cellular components. David Steffin, an assistant professor at Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, will discuss how to use CODEX (CO-Detection by indEXing), a single-cell spatial phenotyping solution, to characterize the microenvironment of various pediatric tumors and to understand the potential interactions that chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells may elicit.
Adding a spatial dimension provides unique and important insights into fundamental questions in biology. The emergence of new cutting-edge techniques, such as high-resolution spectral imaging, lattice light-sheet microscopy, and spatial transcriptomics, allows us to accurately assess the spatial landscape of biological systems at cellular and sub-cellular resolution. Incorporating a spatial element to large-scale analyses of biological processes, small molecule peptides, and disease pathology, has enabled breakthrough discoveries across disciplines in the life sciences. Learn more about spatial technology applied across different topic areas in this exciting Cell Press webinar featuring the work of Jun Huang (University of Chicago), Jun Hee Lee (University of Michigan), and Elizabeth Shank from the (UMass Chan Medical School).
Home Resources Webinars Spatial Biomarkers in Immuno-Oncology: Recent Developments and Future Directions Webinar Series: October 6-27, 2021 Recent developments in the study of spatial biomarkers continue to demonstrate the predictive power of this new class of biomarker assays. Watch this four-part webinar series to learn how researchers are pioneering new strategies representing significant milestones that advance spatial …
In this webinar, we’ll share how phenoptrReports provides powerful, easy-to-use tools to analyze spatial relationships between cellular phenotypes and visualize their relationships overlaid on the tissue, phenotype cells co-expressing markers, determine the quality of your unmixing library, and display results in shareable, easy-to-read data reports. Tips and tricks for getting the most out of your analysis will be reviewed as well.
Best practices and guidelines to move your manual assay to your favorite autostainer (Leica Bond RX, Roche Discovery Ultra). We will review Opal Manual workflow at a high level and then delve into details to convert this to an automated workflow using an autostainer. Tips and tricks will be included.
In this presentation, from the 2021 Spatial Biology Europe Congress, Gavin Gordon, Ph.D., Vice President, Clinical Market Development from Akoya Biosciences describes evolving biomarker strategies in immuno-oncology and how multiplexed immunofluorescence has been associated with improved predictive performance. Dr Sebastian Marwitz, ARCN Principal Investigator, Pathology from Research Center Borstel – Leibniz Lung Center, describes how multiplexed IHC has been used for the spatial profiling in lung disease in hypotheses-driven analyses at a cohort level using FFPE patient samples.