Applications of In Situ Hybridisation and Spatial Profiling Methods in Research & Disease

Abstract

Showcasing recent advances in the field of In Situ Hybridisation (ISH) and spatial transcriptomic methods, the Applications of In Situ Hybridisation and Spatial Profiling Methods in Research & Disease Symposium hosted by Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Institute, brought together world-leading researchers interested in embracing these techniques to provide new insights into physiological processes and disease pathogenesis, as Sophie Dickinson reports.
Department of Histopathology and In Situ Hybridisation, Cancer Research UK – Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge

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