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29 September 2022, 1500-1600 (CEST)
This webinar is hosted in collaboration with Akoya Biosciences, one of our valued EACR Industry Partners. We are delighted to welcome Amélie Viratham, a Technical Applications Scientist at Akoya Biosciences, who will discuss how PhenoCycler-Fusion, the fastest single-cell spatial biology system, can transition between chemistries for protein and RNA detection - an end-to-end solution that covers everything from staining through to imaging and data analysis. To exemplify the power of the PhenoCycler-Fusion, the latest single section multiomic data produced by Akoya’s application team will also be presented.
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