Multiplex Imaging Solution Cell DIVE

Transforming tissue research with open multiplexing

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Normal colon imaged with Cell DIVE. 8 biomarkers are shown: CD20, CD4, CD31, SOX9, Vimentin, Ki67, Panck and SMA.

Identifying Fibroblast Phenotypes with Multiplex Imaging

Identifying fibroblasts phenotypes can help researchers understand the relationship between distinct diseases and inflammation mechanisms. Fibroblasts perform a wide variety of immune and repair roles…
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma tissue section imaged with Cell DIVE

Multiplexed Imaging Types, Benefits and Applications

Multiplexed imaging is an emerging and exciting way to extract information from human tissue samples by visualizing many more biomarkers than traditional microscopy. By observing many biomarkers…
Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma tissue section imaged with Cell DIVE showing 30 biomarkers

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Human tissues contain a many different biomarkers which can be explored to reveal the workings of biological pathways and interrogate disease states. Recent technological advances have made it…
Normal skin imaged with Cell DIVE, 11 biomarkers shown.

Tumor MHC Expression and Intralesional IL2 Response in Melanoma

Genomics profiling and Cell DIVE multiplex imaging allows researchers to understand the immune cell phenotypes that most strongly predict response to IL2 immunotherapy in melanoma patients suffering…
Colon Adenocarcinoma. Four biomarkers shown: NaK, CD8, CD4 and Sma1. T-Cells shown in red and yellow.

Multiplex Imaging Reveals Survival Markers after Cancer Care

Colorectal cancer is a high incidence and high mortality cancer. Currently, postoperative chemotherapy benefits only a minority of patients, and thus, new tools are necessary to screen patients and…
Colon adenocarcinoma with 13 biomarkers shown

Hyperplex Cancer Tissue Analysis at Single Cell Level with Cell DIVE

The ability to study how lymphoma cell heterogeneity is influenced by the cells’ response to their microenvironment, especially at the mutational, transcriptomic, and protein levels. Protein…

Designing your Research Study with Multiplexed IF Imaging

Multiplexed tissue analysis is a powerful technique that allows comparisons of cell-type locations and cell-type interactions within a single fixed tissue sample. It is common for researchers to ask…

Be Confident in your Results with Cell DIVE Validated Antibodies

The Cell DIVE System includes a carefully curated list of hundreds of commercially available antibodies validated to offer optimal specificity and sensitivity in multiplexed imaging. That validation…

Overcoming Multiplexed Imaging Roadblocks

Whether a single slide or a batch of slides processed on multiple Cell DIVE imagers, every step carried out by the Cell DIVE Acquisition Software eliminates distortions and artifacts and seamlessly…

Fields of Application

Cancer Research

Cancer is a complex and heterogeneous disease caused by cells deficient in growth regulation. Genetic and epigenetic changes in one or a group of cells disrupt normal function and result in…
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