OracleBio analysis data is presented at at American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) in June 2022.
The work involved multiplex IF staining and analysis of multi-tumor tissue microarrays, with this poster focusing on the contribution of macrophages to the overall tumor PD-L1 microenvironment across different cancer types.
Such target prevalence data can help guide options for successful immunotherapy strategies.
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Quantitative spatial phenotyping of the tumor microenvironment in NSCLC tissue microarray cores using 6-plex multiplex imaging technology and AI-powered phenotyping analysis
ℹ️ Click the thumbnail image above to view or download the high-resolution poster PDF.This poster, produced in collaboration with Akoya Biosciences, is presented at SITC 2022, Boston, USA. The aim of this study was to utilize Akoya’s multiplexed imaging technology and...
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A Quantitative Digital Pathology Workflow to Manage Technical Challenges within Multiplex IF R&D Studies
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