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Vizgen is developing the next generation of genomics tools to expand on the capabilities of spatially resolved transcriptomics. Our technology will aide the acceleration of biological research and discovery to advance human health. Access supporting resources by selecting the category below.


    eBook: What Does High-Quality Spatial Genomics Data Look Like?

    Like detective work, detailed understanding of the complexities of biological systems requires scientists to answer questions about details at every level: what, when, why, how…and where. Spatial genomics, Nature’s 2020 Method of the Year, can provide valuable information about where transcripts from hundreds of different genes are expressed across a biological tissue with single-cell resolution.

    While early spatial biology methods were unable to characterize individual cells while measuring sufficient biomolecules to identify the variety of cell types present in a biological tissue, recent advances have achieved single-cell resolution with significantly increased multiplexing capacity, discovering previously hidden biology. Powerful examples of this include the an atlas of the mouse primary motor cortex and maps of tumor microenvironments.

    The goal of spatial genomics is to precisely map the subtle variations in cellular phenotyping in situ across an intact biological tissue, but not all spatial genomics platforms are created equal. Highly accurate and sensitive spatial biology measurements yield more biological insight.

eBook: Advancing Your Research with Spatial Genomics

In the past half-century, multiomic analysis—genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, and beyond—has revolutionized our understanding of biology. However, there is still a vast wealth of information left to uncover through the integration of spatial context and transcriptomic data to understand how cells function in their native environment. Explore our eBook to learn how spatial genomics will advance your research.