Illuminating the tumor microenvironment with spatial profiling

Scientists delve into the spatial context of cancer biology, opening new treatment avenues. 

The tumor microenvironment (TME) consists of an incredibly heterogeneous makeup of cellular and molecular components that shape cancer growth and metastasis. Scientists are increasingly turning to spatial profiling technologies to map the TME’s diverse cells, proteins, and RNA, paving the way for developing more targeted and effective treatments. 

Download this eBook from Drug Discovery News to explore different spatial profiling techniques and the latest breakthroughs in unraveling tumor heterogeneity using these tools.

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