Spatial transcriptomics is a ground-breaking molecular profiling method that allows scientists to measure gene activity in a tissue sample and map where the activity is occurring. Spatial resolution of gene expression by mapping the whole transcriptome with morphological context in tissues can aid in the discovery of novel insights into normal development, disease pathology and clinical translational research.
Download this guide to learn how to:
- Design your gene expression experiments
- Optimize experimental parameters
- Identify appropriate tools to analyze spatial gene expression data