Precise Spatial Phenotyping with ChipCytometry Reveals Rare Cells

Researchers identified an uncommon B cell subset associated with autoimmunity.

Researchers turn to single cell analysis methods to measure protein biomarkers and identify novel and rare cell subtypes. ChipCytometry is an integrated image-based platform that extensively phenotypes small cell populations and retains the spatial context of tissue samples. Starting from tissue or cell suspensions, samples are stored in a microfluidic chip, which allows for convenient biobanking and repeated sample interrogation.

Download this application note from Canopy Biosciences to learn how researchers used ChipCytometry to identify a rare immune cell subset.