Traversing the tumor microenvironment with spatial biology

How do scientists delve into the spatial dimensions of cancer biology to make new discoveries?  

Within the tumor microenvironment (TME), cancer cells intermingle with immune cells, blood vessels, and various tissue cells, forming a protective barrier against the immune system and drug penetration. Exploring the TME with spatial biology holds promise for uncovering strategies to alter this environment and combat cancer.

Download this poster from Drug Discovery News to learn about different spatial profiling techniques and discover how they reveal novel insights into tumor heterogeneity.

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