Enabling
precision medicine
through
high-definition
spatial proteomics

Enabling precision medicinethrough high-definition
spatial proteomics

Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI)

Multiplexed Ion Beam Imaging (MIBI™) technology enables high-definition spatial proteomics that uniquely provides actionable analysis of the tissue microenvironment, delivering novel insights into disease state, mechanism of action, and patient response.

Comprehensive spatial analysis of the tissue microenvironment

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Cell
Classification

  • Identify and enumerate cell populations
  • Visualize the tissue microenvironment
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Protein
Quantification

  • Quantify expression of checkpoints and other key proteins with spatial context
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Spatial
Analysis

  • Analyze interactions between target and effector cells
  • Map tumor-immune boundaries

High-definition spatial proteomics that can inform therapeutic selection

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High-definition spatial proteomics that can inform therapeutic selection

Gain deeper understanding of the tumor microenvironment and reveal actionable insights. Identify responder populations or predict patient response.

Achieve quantitative single-cell phenotype mapping at subcellular resolution and identify key mechanisms of action with clinical grade repeatability.

MIBIscope™ System

Highly multiplexed tissue imaging and analysis.

  • Robust instrumentation
  • Rigorously validated reagents
  • Easy-to-use visualization software
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Spatial Proteomic Services

MIBI-enabled phenotype mapping and insight generation.

  • Quantitative cell segmentation, classification, and spatial analysis
  • Responder, non-responder cohort comparisons
  • Results with clinical-grade reproducibility
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Multiplex IHC using MIBI Technology and MIBtracker
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