Taking a multi-omic multiplexing approach to spatial biology
24 May 2022

Multiomics has begun to take the center stage in biomedical research as it combines two or more individual omics studies such as genomics, epigenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metagenomics, allowing scientists to interpret and visualize the mechanisms of biological processes with spatial context.

In this free guide, we present a series of case studies illustrating how a multi-omic multiplexing approach can be leveraged to gain a comprehensive view of spatial biology, including a multiplexed in situ transcriptomic method for the spatial mapping of target genes in highly complex and heterogenous FFPE tumor tissues, and much more.