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One of the interesting hallmarks of celebrating the start of a new year is the consumption of special foods. For example, in the American South Hoppin’ John, or black-eyed peas,…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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.…
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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…
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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,…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…