Spatial biology is a rapidly growing field that aims to understand how biological systems are organized and function in two-or three-dimensional spaces.
It involves the analysis of complex spatial relationships between biological molecules, cells, tissues, and organs. By combining high-resolution imaging, advanced computational analysis, and other cutting-edge techniques, it has the potential to revolutionize our understanding of human health and disease, leading to new insights and treatments.
The ability to analyze biological systems with spatial information has numerous applications across a wide range of fields, including cancer biology, neurobiology, developmental biology, and immunology. For example, it can help identify new therapeutic targets for cancer by providing a more detailed understanding of the spatial distribution of cancer cells and their interactions with the surrounding microenvironment.
Pathology, IHC, IF, in-situ hybridization, through automated staining and digital analysis
Sensitively detect, isolate, and characterize rare cells
Screen hundreds of tumor tissue samples at a time for biomarkers of interest