Spatial biology multi-omics profiling tools

Published: 8-Dec-2023

Leading life sciences products and services provider - AMSBIO announce the launch of a custom service providing access to a suite of powerful spatial biology multi-omics profiling tools

NanoString GeoMx DSP is a new flexible multi-omics platform that enables reliable quantitative assessment of the spatial heterogeneity within various sample types including FFPE, TMAs, and fresh-frozen tissue - with no prequalification required. Tackling the challenge of compromised sample data due to non-target tissue cells, NanoString GeoMx DSP integrates cutting-edge in situ visualisation with molecular profiling technologies, eliminating the traditional difficult choice scientists must make between morphological analysis or high-plex in more traditional analysis models. This innovative approach enables researchers to seamlessly integrate workflows with current histology methods, ensuring the generation of robust and reproducible spatial omics data in a time-efficient manner.

For scientists who wish to visualise protein and whole transcriptome expression, AMSBIO has introduced 10x Visium Digital Spatial Gene Expression. This exciting new tool allows you to streamline experimentation with a ready-to-use, robust workflow that smoothly integrates into existing laboratory methods with tools for whole tissue section analysis. With 10x Visium you can gain a holistic view of disease complexity, discover new biomarkers, map the spatial organisation of cell atlases, and even identify spatiotemporal gene expression patterns.

10x Xenium is a powerful, new end-to-end spatial platform that enables high-throughput subcellular mapping of thousands of RNA targets alongside multiplexed protein in the same tissue section. With advanced targeted high-plex in situ analysis, 10x Xenium grants scientists the capability to view their samples with subcellular resolution and unprecedented depth analysis, each in the context of their spatial localisation patterns. This advanced analysis enables scientists to not only locate and type cells within their biological context, but also address questions about cell–cell communication, profile cellular microenvironments, and identify rare cell infiltration.

These groundbreaking spatial biology multi-omics profiling tools from AMSBIO represent a paradigm step forward in the field of biomedical research, offering researchers the means to explore the intricacies of tissue heterogeneity and answer critical biological questions with precision and efficiency.

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