Comprehensive spatial studies require tools that enable detection of multiple cell types and states. Interrogation of complex tissue types requires a highly sensitive, specific, and multiplexed spatial approach with single cell resolution. In this presentation researchers learn how to use the RNAscope in situ hybridization technology to
- Visualize cellular heterogeneity and maintain morphology of complex organs with multiplexing and spatial capabilities
- Conserve precious samples by interrogating up to 12 targets on a single slide
- Spatially map scRNA-seq gene profiles at the single cell level in the tissue context
- Localize newly identified cell subtypes and cell markers
Applications in: cancer, neuroscience, gene therapy, infectious disease, endocrinology, cardiovascular, immune mediated disease, liver, development, CAR-T, stem cell research.
Speaker: Nidhi Vashistha, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, Advanced Cell Diagnostics
October 8, 2019 11AM- 12 PM DFCI, Belfer Center LC4054, 360 Longwood Ave.
October 8, 2019 2 PM- 3 PM HMS Goldenson Bld. Room 122
October 9, 2019 10 AM- 12 PM MGH Charlestown 149 13th St. room 7:139
Guest Speaker: Juan Manuel Gonzalez Rosa, Ph.D. Myocardial Polyploidization Creates a Barrier to Heart Regeneration in Zebrafish
October 9, 2019 3 PM- 4 PM MGH Main Campus Simches Bld. Room 4250
October 10, 2019 2 PM- 3 PM Boston Univ. School of Medicine L Bld. Rm L212
October 11, 2019 10AM- 12 PM MIT McGovern Institute Bld. 46-5165
Guest Speaker: Marie Didiot, Ph.D. Nuclear Localization of Huntingtin mRNA Is Specific to Cells of Neuronal Origin
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