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Digital Spatial Profiling Spatial Biology Spatial Transcriptomics

WHY SPATIAL BIOLOGY?

Spatial Genomics and Spatial Transcriptomics: these terms carry an exciting space odyssey-like feel, even if they are taking place on planet Earth. Even so, the field of spatial “omics” is…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / April 10, 2021

Digital Spatial Profiling GeoMx Spatial Molecular Imaging Spatial Transcriptomics

Spatial Biology was named Method of the Year by Nature Methods

Established in 2007, the Nature Methods’ “Method of Year” feature has covered the most revolutionary methodological developments in life science research.   Starting in 2007, the Method of Year winner was,…

Karrie Spitzer / March 29, 2021

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The Best Spatial Biology Publications from 2020

Exploration is in our DNA. As Homo Sapiens developed in the habitable regions of Africa, search of new food sources, climate changes, and mere curiosity pushed us beyond our confines…

Katie Buchanan / March 16, 2021

Oncology Panels Q&A

A “Tail” of Two Species: New Canine Immuno-Oncology Research Offering.

NanoString has an unparalleled and longstanding tradition of developing best in class cancer research tools, thanks to an extensive knowledge accumulated in a decade of interrogating all aspects of the…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / March 1, 2021

Clinical Research Infectious Disease Oncology

Of Mice and Men: The importance of Mouse Models in Research.

Many animals share common biology with humans, are affected by similar diseases, and may have a comparable response to certain treatments. Animal models are thus useful to address scientific questions…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / February 8, 2021
3d model of a celular structure

Infectious Disease Publication Watch

The Coronavirus Vaccine Ushers in Hope for 2021

Vaccines: biological agents eliciting an immune response to a specific antigen derived from an infectious disease-causing pathogen. The concept of a “vaccine” emerged in 1796, when Edward Jenner developed the…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / January 19, 2021