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Accelerating Discovery for Multiplexed Imaging of Diverse Tissues

Explore IBEX: Open-source multiplexed imaging. Join the collaborative IBEX Imaging Community for optimized tissue processing, antibody selection, and human atlas construction.
2D slice of colon cancer tissue stained with 30 markers and imaged using the Cell DIVE system. Analysis performed using Aivia 13’s new multiplex cell detection recipe and automatic clustering tool. Each phenotype denoted in a different color.

Transforming Multiplexed 2D Data into Spatial Insights Guided by AI

Aivia 13 handles large 2D images and enables researchers to obtain deep insights into microenvironment surrounding their phenotypes with millions of detected objects and automatic clustering up to 30…
Hepatocellular Carcinoma with 13 biomarkers shown – Beta-Catenin, CD3D, CD4, CD8a, CD31, CD44, CD163, DAPI, PanCK, PCK26, PD1, SMA, and Vimentin.

Understanding Tumor Heterogeneity with Protein Marker Imaging

Explore tumor heterogeneity and immune cell dynamics. See how quantitative imaging analysis reveals spatial relationships and molecular insights crucial for advancing cancer research and therapeutics.
Application example of hyperspectral imaging

Potential of Multiplex Confocal Imaging for Cancer Research and Immunology

Explore the new frontiers of multi-color fluorescent imaging: from image acquisition to analysis
Single cell datasets

Exploring Subcellular Spatial Phenotypes with SPARCS

Discover spatially resolved CRISPR screening (SPARCS), a platform for microscopy-based genetic screening for spatial subcellular phenotypes at the human genome scale.

Cell DIVE: Unraveling Pathways in Pancreatic Cancer

Unlock new insights into tumour-immune interactions with spatial biology. Join our webinar to learn how to label >60 biomarkers per tissue section and use advanced clustering and analysis techniques…
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