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Immunofluorescence staining was first used in 1942 and has since remained a highly reliable and powerful technique for a wide range of research and diagnostics. The principle of immunofluorescence is…
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The goal of the Human Protein Atlas (HPA) project is to map all human proteins in cells, tissues, and organs.  Further, it aims to annotate the function and spatial distribution of…
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Understanding tissue morphology is crucial to identify and separate regions of tissue into meaningful biological groupings for image analysis of tissue sections. This is done using morphological markers, most of…
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Immunofluorescence techniques are being increasingly used as an imaging and diagnostic tool in clinical pathology, oncology, and infectious disease, particularly for the study of biomarkers related to cancer diagnosis, prognosis,…
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The Human Protein Atlas (HPA) is a Swedish-based program initiated in 2003 and has become an important resource for both basic and clinical research. It is one of the largest…
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A pioneer in the field of spatial biology, NanoString Technologies has developed automated workflow platforms enabling researchers to visualize and quantify gene and protein expression in tissue sections down to…
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Immunofluorescence (IF) staining is a widely used technique that allows for the detection and localization of antigens in any given tissue or cell type. IF methods use combinations of specific…
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Although humans have been using atlases for thousands of years, the word atlas was first coined in 1595 by the Flemish map maker Gerardus Mercator. In geographical terms, an atlas…
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In order to understand the role of each protein in various biological processes such as cell organization, signaling pathways, or disease mechanisms, it becomes essential to study protein expression with…
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The function of biological systems depends on the spatial organization of their cells. Over the past decade, innovative technologies have emerged that can spatially localize and quantify gene expression of…
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Immunofluorescence staining is an incredibly powerful yet simple imaging technique that optically detects the localization, distribution, and abundance of proteins at a cellular and intracellular level using fluorescent tags on…
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Understanding how gene expression orchestrates cellular organization within tissues is essential to gain mechanistic insights into development and disease. Spatial transcriptomics allows capturing of transcriptional activity along with positional context…