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Recorded on September 15, 2020. In this webinar, you’ll learn about the importance of multiplex biomarker analysis including how advances in multiplexed immunofluorescent imaging and analysis can reveal biological and spatial information.
Akoya Academy Webinar recorded on August 25, 2020. Technical Applications Scientist, Clemens Duerrschmid, PhD, speaks about the development and validation of a high throughout 9 color immunofluorescence assay for translational studies in immune oncology research.
Bethyl Labs, Inc. Director of IHC and Digital Pathology, Mike Spencer, PhD, speaks about strategies to optimize and validate antibody panels for multiplex immunofluorescence. In this video, Mike introduces Bethyl Labs’ PathPlex® antibody panels, which are optimized for Akoya’s Phenoptics™ instrument platform.
Texas Children’s Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine Assistant Professor David Steffin, MD, speaks about his experiences with Akoya’s CODEX® system in studying the microenvironment of pediatric tumors. Here, he describes his workflow and ways to analyze CODEX® data to generate high-impact, meaningful, results.
Heather Stevenson-Lerner, MD, PhD, FCAP, Director of Transplantation Pathology at The University of Texas Medical Branch, speaks about multispectral imaging in her daily research, and how it enabled her to characterize intrahepatic macrophages in patients with Chronic Liver Disease. In this video, Dr. Stevenson-Lerner introduces her recent article in Hepatology Communications.
Akoya Technical Application Scientist Clemens Duerrschmid, PhD, speaks about the importance of multiplex biomarker analysis. In this video, we show, how multiple layers of biological and spatial information can be obtained from a single sample with Akoya’s Phenoptics™ and CODEX® platforms.
Recorded on July 14, 2020. Reagent Sales Specialist, Najiba Mammadova, PhD, and Technical Applications Scientist, Agnes Haggerty, PhD, cover the new PD-1/PD-L1 MOTiF™ Panel kits and rules based inForm™ phenotyping. Learn about fully automated 6-Plex, 7 color on the BOND RX, streamlined Vectra Polaris imaging, and see phenotyping in action with an inForm demo.
During this customer webinar, we demonstrate a novel in situ detection strategy to better characterize the inflammatory burden during kidney and cardiac allograft rejection by targeting NK cells, T lymphocytes and macrophages; and to better localize those cells within or outside the microcirculation.
In this webinar, hosted on June 16, 2020, Akoya Application Scientist Roslyn Lloyd goes through the history of multi-spectral for tissue imaging, highlighting the importance of autofluorescence isolation. See firsthand how multi-spectral unmixing has become the key piece to making quantitative digital pathology possible.
Recorded on May 28, 2020. In this webinar, Dr. Eliot Peyster from the University of Pennsylvania outlines the potential of in-situ immune-phenotyping for improving diagnostic accuracy and rejection risk stratification.
Recorded on May 19, 2020. Senior Field Application Scientist, Mahdis Rahmani, provides tips on how to optimize CODEX images for use in presentations and scientific literature.
Recorded on May 12, 2020. Senior Applications Scientist, Oliver Braubach, PhD, explains how to perform single-cell analysis of cell suspensions with the CODEX workflow. He also provides a demo of the MAV gating function using PBMCs as an example.
Speakers from Stanford and Akoya will introduce the CODEX System as a pragmatic solution for small- to medium-scale single-cell analyses of cell suspensions, using PBMCs…
Learn about Cell Signaling Technology’s antibody validation techniques for single and multiplex applications, the importance of species-specific validation, and the advantages of rabbit monoclonal antibodies in […]
Iterative multiplex immunohistochemistry (IHC) can be challenging. In this webinar, we’ll introduce two new fully optimized and ready-to-use Opal MOTiF 7-color I/O panels for full automation staining. We’ll discuss basic tips and tricks for customization as well as the pre-analytical considerations to make every stain a success.
In this webinar, expert speakers from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center will discuss how they successfully implemented an automated, multiplexed tissue imaging platform for spatial profiling of the TME.
In this webinar, Diane Saunders, a staff scientist in the Vanderbilt Diabetes Center, will describe the validation process for custom panels of CODEX antibodies using lightly fixed tissue samples.
In partnership, Akoya® and Visiopharm® , have partnered to develop the VIS APP “Multiplexed Immunofluorescent, Immune Infiltrate Analysis” for the analysis of multiplexed immunofluorescent slides stained with an immuno-oncology biomarker panel that have been unmixed using inForm® Tissue Finder.
In this webinar, we discuss how Akoya Biosciences Phenoptics assays support quantitative mIF to overcome limitations imposed by conventional IHC methodologies. We also discuss how our Opal assay kits and reagents can be integrated with the Leica BOND RX to automate your staining workflow to support consistent results for high-throughput studies.
After tissue analysis, researchers are left with large, unwieldy data tables that are difficult to interpret. phenoptrReports provides a simple-to-use data analysis tool that permits analysis of complex phenotypes and their spatial interactions. This webinar provides a live demo of phenoptrReports’ functionality:
Proscia and Akoya Biosciences, two industry-leading multispectral analysis companies, share the exciting new ways their platforms impact your high-throughput analysis workflows.
In this webinar you’ll learn about our comprehensive multiplexed tissue imaging solutions spanning biomarker discovery and clinical research and validation. With its high multiplexing capability, CODEX is ideally suited for biomarker discovery. Phenoptics is the industry standard for high throughput multiplex IHC and ideally suited for translational research.
Dr. Garry Nolan of Stanford University presents evidence of deep internal order in immune functionality demonstrating that differentiation and immune activities have evolved with a definable “shape”. This webcast will demonstrate CODEX (CO-Detection by indEXing) as the next-generation fluorescent imaging technology to provide highly multiplexed analysis of tissues.
Recorded on Thursday, March 26, 2020 Speakers: Oliver Braubauch, PhD, Senior Applications Scientist, Akoya Biosciences Abstract: The CODEX technology combines the advantages of modern single-cell omics technologies with…