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A Spotlight On: Spatial Transcriptomics – Jeffrey Moffitt, Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

Jeffrey Moffitt is an Assistant Professor at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. His lab uses state-of-the-art spatially resolved […]

Resolving tissue heterogeneity in bone, kidney and liver cancer using in situ spatial transcriptomics

The winners of the 2021 Spatial Biology EACR & NanoString Grant program, in collaboration with Illumina, will present cancer research […]

A guide to spatial transcriptomics

Today, multi-omics studies have been conducted extensively, revealing information about gene expression changes, cellular function and homeostasis. As a result, […]

Advances in transcriptomics allows mapping of human cells and tissues

In a recent study, researchers combined single-cell transcriptomics with spatial antibody-based profiling of proteins to create high resolution maps of […]

Spatial transcriptomics can unravel cellular interactions in Alzheimer’s disease

This article was compiled from a recent webinar, delivered by Professor Bart de Strooper, who is the Director of UK […]

Spatial Biology ONLINE

How cells interact with other cells and their environment has proven pivotal to our understanding of, and ability to target, […]

Genetic biomarker profile defined for hard-to-diagnose Lyme disease

Lyme disease is often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed – here we report that there may finally be a genetic biomarker profile […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Space Omics – Willian Abraham da Silveira

Willian Abraham da Silveira, Lecturer in Genetics and Genomics at Staffordshire University, joins us to discuss his work in the […]

Cancer clone maps provide direction on breast cancer metastasis

There are around 55,900 new breast cancer cases in the UK every year – more than 150 cases every day. […]

Leukaemias ‘re-programme’ themselves using epigenetic regulators

Some leukaemias are able to alter the proteins they express on the cell surface in order to evade cancer treatment. […]