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Imaging Mass Cytometry

Biopharma resources to speed answers to clinical research questions

Biopharma researchers are using Imaging Mass Cytometry™ (IMC™) to get deep single-cell insights into the spatial relationships of cells, pathways and phenotypes in the tissue microenvironment.
  • Better understand immunotherapy responses.
  • Stratify subjects by linking high-plex data to outcomes.
  • Uncover novel therapeutic targets.
IMC will help you answer important clinical research questions in the context of disease. Find more information on the IMC application page.
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Webinars and related publications

Olivier Elemento, PhD
Director, Englander Institute for Precision Medicine

A biologically interpretable landscape of lung pathology in COVID-19

Register now to watch this exciting upcoming nature webcast where Olivier Elemento will present The spatial landscape of lung pathology during COVID-19 progression sharing Weill Cornell’s work utilizing IMC to explore the cellular composition and spatial architecture of human acute lung injury including SARS-CoV-2 at single cell resolution.

Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Time: 16:00 BST | 17:00 CEST | 11:00 ET | 08:00 PT
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Stephanie Ling, PhD
Associate Principal Scientist
Imaging and Data Analytics – Clinical Pharmacology and Safety Sciences
AstraZeneca

Power systems-level analysis with spatial context

Stephanie Ling presents at the SelectScience Biopharma webinar series. In the webinar Integrated imaging and analysis to understand the biological complexity of tissues, Ling will explore how the integration of IMC with other established molecular imaging modalities can enable insight into the biological complexity of tissues and pathophysiological processes.

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Kyong-Mi Chang, MD
Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

Clinical correlations of immune cell phenotypes in HBV pathogenesis

Kyong-Mi Chang of University of Pennsylvania presents the Nature webcast Highly multiplexed 2-dimensional Imaging Mass Cytometry of HBV-infected liver, in which she will talk about how IMC was used to simultaneously visualizing immune, viral and structural elements in the liver.

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Hartland Jackson, PhD
Investigator, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute

Uncovering the cellular architecture of breast cancer pathology in large clinical cohorts

Hartland Jackson of Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute shares his work in a Drug Target Review webinar, Imaging Mass Cytometry of malignant tissue architecture: from rare single cells to structured multi-cellular communities, in which he will present IMC studies using biobanked breast cancer tissues from clinical cohorts and discuss new avenues of investigation in his cancer research laboratory.

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Bernd Bodenmiller, PhD
Dual Professor at the Department of Quantitative Biomedicine, UZH, and at the Institute for Molecular Health Sciences, ETH Zurich

Learn about the Tumor Profiler Study

Bernd discusses his lab’s role in the Tumor Profiler Study in this first video of our new Scientist in the Spotlight program. He talks and answers questions about the use of IMC, among other technologies, for in-depth tumor profiling that supports clinical decision making.

Read about the project in a Cancer Cell commentary article.

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Handan Xiang, PhD
Senior Scientist
Merck Research Laboratories

On-demand webinar with Merck researcer Handan Xiang

In her webinar, Understanding the immunosuppressive functions of cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFs) in lung cancer, Handan Xiang describes how IMC was used in studies to understand cancer-associated fibroblasts in tumor stroma. Learn how this illuminated a possible therapeutic path that could potentially reverse a CAF-mediated immunosuppressive microenvironment.

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Mouse antibody availability
We’ve had requests for mouse antibodies and have started to add these to our Maxpar® antibody catalog. Here are the mouse antibodies currently available.

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Have a discussion with our expert consultants on the Therapeutic Insights Services team. They can help tailor and execute a sample-to-answer project for single-cell mass cytometry or IMC data.

If you are doing your own IMC experiments, make the IMC Cell Segmentation Kit an essential part of your approach. We include this kit in every service project, to enrich IMC data analysis.

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