Imaging Technique Reveals New Breast Cancer Subtypes.
Previously unidentified breast cancer subtypes that may be linked to prognosis were identified using imaging mass cytometry, a recently invented and rapidly developing technique that allows spatial relationships among cells expressing selected markers to be determined.
1. Single-cell and spatially resolved analysis uncovers cell heterogeneity of breast cancer.
2. Breast cancer heterogeneity through the lens of single-cell analysis and spatial pathologies.
3. Spatiotemporal strategies to identify aggressive biology in precancerous breast biopsies.
4. Best Practices for Spatial Profiling for Breast Cancer Research with the GeoMx((R)) Digital Spatial Profiler.
5. Simultaneous Multiplexed Imaging of mRNA and Proteins with Subcellular Resolution in Breast Cancer Tissue Samples by Mass Cytometry.
1. GEO Sample Accession Numbers and associated Patient IDs