Using Multiplex Immunofluorescence to Uncover Immune Cell Signatures in the TME Using Customizable InSituPlex Assays, Upcoming Webinar Hosted by Xtalks

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In this free webinar, the featured speakers will explain why multiplex immunofluorescence is a beneficial tool in understanding and characterizing the tumor microenvironment. Attendees will also learn how fast, customizable mIF panels accelerate the hypothesis-to-answer workflow and can be key in gaining insights about targets of interest tailored to specific projects.

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Here, Scott Lawrence shows his work at the NCI using a customized 8-plex mIF panel to study markers in a multitude of cancer types and discusses the insights gained from data gathered through staining, imaging and analysis.

In translational oncology research, understanding and evaluating the phenotypic profiles of cells in the tumor immune microenvironment can yield a deeper understanding of the complex interactions within the immunological landscape of the tumor.

Multiplex immunofluorescence can study this interplay through rapid identification, quantification and mapping of many cell types. Having the flexibility to look for specific biological markers and their co-localization within this environment allows researchers to better understand the mechanisms of action for compounds of interest.

Here, Scott Lawrence shows his work at the NCI using a customized 8-plex mIF panel to study markers in a multitude of cancer types and discusses the insights gained from data gathered through staining, imaging and analysis.

Join Scott Lawrence, (M.S., HT(ASCP)) [C] Associate Scientist, Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, NCI, FNLCR, Leidos Biomedical Research and Karan Sharma, Associate Director, Product Portfolio, Ultivue in a live webinar on Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 11am EDT (4pm BST/UK).

For more information or to register for this event, visit Using Multiplex Immunofluorescence to Uncover Immune Cell Signatures in the TME Using Customizable InSituPlex Assays.

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