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Integrated Spatial Multiomics Deconvolve Multicellular Dynamics in Pancreatic Cancer

In an extraordinary team effort led by the Center for Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School, in collaboration with NanoString, scientist Will Hwang and colleagues used integrated spatial multiomic and…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / October 25, 2022
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Spatial Multiomics Identifies New Actionable Therapeutic Targets

Pancreatic cancer represents 3% of the overall cancers in America and yet is responsible for 7% of all cancer deaths. The five-year relative survival rate – the cancer-related death rate…

Laura Tabellini Pierre / October 4, 2022
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Spatial Multiomics Single-Cell Imaging Platform to Explore FFPE Tissues with Spatial Context

What is Spatial Multiomics? Spatial multiomics describe the ability to locate and quantify DNA, RNA, and protein in the three-dimensional space of a tissue. Decades of research have built a…

Geoffrey Hummelke / September 6, 2022
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Spotlight on Spatial Informatics: Overlay of Structurally Profiled ROIs on Tissue Images with SpatialOmicsOverlay R Package

Spatial biology is changing the way we view biology. Advancements in spatial biology are now enabling us to compartmentalize a tissue in terms of cells, tissue structure, or disease state.…

Maddy Griswold / August 8, 2022

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Spatial Transcriptomics at the Single-Cell Level

Is spatial transcriptomics single-cell resolution? Yes. Recent advances in the field of spatial transcriptomics have made it possible to visualize RNA transcripts at the resolution of a single-cell and, in…

NanoString / August 3, 2022

Employee Spotlight

Meet our Outstanding Colleagues: Amanda

We call ourselves NanoStringers, and we bleed green! We proudly believe in the science and technology we make here. Meet us. You will love us! Amanda Ph.D., Field Applications Scientist,…

NanoString / August 3, 2022

Employee Spotlight

Meet our Outstanding Colleagues: Edgar

We call ourselves NanoStringers, and we bleed green! We proudly believe in the science and technology we make here. Meet us. You will love us! Edgar Technical Training Engineer, Seattle…

NanoString / August 3, 2022

Employee Spotlight

Meet our Outstanding Colleagues: Margaret

We call ourselves NanoStringers, and we bleed green! We proudly believe in the science and technology we make here. Meet us. You will love us! Margaret Ph.D., Associate Director of…

NanoString / August 3, 2022

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What is Single-Cell Imaging?

Why is a Single Cell Important? Cells are a fundamental unit of life. A comprehensive understanding of how cells organize themselves in different layers of information to form tissues is…

NanoString / August 2, 2022
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Spatial Transcriptomics Overview

What is spatial gene expression? Spatial gene expression examines transcriptional dynamics through the lens of location within tissue and/or transcriptional dynamics between unique cells within a tissue. With spatial gene…

NanoString / August 2, 2022
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Why is Spatial Genomics Important?

Why is Spatial Genomics Important? Spatial genomics is important because the human body is a complex three-dimensional structure. That structure is an important part of our molecular physiology. To fully…

NanoString / August 2, 2022

Spatial Transcriptomics

Understanding Spatial Sequencing in the Context of Spatial Biology

What is spatial sequencing? Spatial sequencing is viewing a specific area or a region within a tissue, then sequencing all transcripts found in that region. Spatial sequencing allows the user…

NanoString / July 28, 2022