Download our Bringing the Tumor Microenvironment into Focus White Paper

Multiplex immunohistochemistry-immunofluorescence (mIF) panel development​ enables simultaneous detection of multiple proteins of interest within a single sample,​ advantageous in analysis of limited tissue such as tumor biopsy. Although it is a powerful technique, a 7-color mIF for basic or clinical research can take ≥8 weeks to develop.​ This white paper to presents a simplified approach to 7-color mIF panel development for studying the tumor microenvironment.​

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