Precise Spatial Phenotyping with ChipCytometry
Combining spatial context with multiplexing depth for cell characterization
Immune cells are constantly changing and adapting their properties and functions based on external cues from the local environment or from interactions with other cells. As such, information on spatial context is critical to accurately profile cells and understand their behavior. However, researchers trying to characterize cell populations often have to choose between techniques like flow cytometry that simultaneously screen many parameters but do not retain spatial information or immunohistochemistry that offer spatial context but only interrogate a few markers at a time. ChipCytometry is a chip-based immunoassay that offers multiplexing capacity while retaining spatial information.
Download this ebook from Canopy Biosciences to learn
- The importance of spatial biology to cellular function
- How ChipCytometry works
- The ChipCytometry workflow
- How ChipCytometry is contributing to new discoveries in immunological research