Generating Clinically Actionable Tissue Biomarker Data in Complex Diseases: Spotlight on Immuno-Oncology and Dermatology
17.11.2022 · 15:00 Uhr
Understanding the mechanism of action or proof of concept following drug treatment may require a detailed analysis of what is happening within tissues.
Multiplex immunofluorescence is a useful approach for generating detailed information on tissues through immunophenotyping and spatial analysis pre- and post-treatment. While often applied in the immune-oncology field, this approach is also useful in autoimmune diseases and dermatology, where it is possible to source clinical biopsies more routinely.
This webinar takes a deeper dive into these complex diseases and covers important points to consider for the successful development and use of tissue-based biomarker assays.
Key points covered:
- Approaches for tissue-based interrogation of protein biomarkers
- Clinically actionable data - considerations for assay type and level of validation required
- How to maximize the utility of clinical samples
- Examples from immuno-oncology and dermatology
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