Spatial Biology – Made Easy

Spatial biology is a field that studies the spatial distribution and interaction of biomolecules, viz., DNA, RNA, proteins, and metabolites in their native tissue context. Spatial Multiplex Multiomics is a field of spatial biology that aims to measure and map these multiple types of biomolecules (DNA, RNA, proteins, and metabolites) in native tissue context which can reveal the complex interactions and functions of cells and tissues in health and disease.

One of the leading providers of spatial multiplex multiomics products and services is Omicsveu, a company that offers a range of technologies, such as Phenoveu, RNAveu, miRNAveu, and In Situ Sequencing that enable the detection and visualization of multiple biomarkers in the same tissue section.  

Phenoveu: Allows simultaneous detection of multiple protein biomarkers using the same tissue section. 

RNAveu: Allows the detection of mRNA expression in sample with sub-micron level accuracy by using uniquely labelled fluorophore-tagged barcoded probes. 

miRNAveu: Allows the detection of target miRNA expression and can be combined with other technologies such as RNAveu and Phenoveu. 

In situ Sequencing technology: Examine the location of target mRNA sequences along with changes in single base pair mutations at the tissue and single cell level. 

RNAveu and Phenoveu

Omicsveu also provides a fully automated staining system, NanoVIP, that can process up to 64 In Situ spatial reactions or up to 96 sequencing-ready libraries in a ~2 days process. NanoVIP system offers a broad line of Spatial Multiplex Multiomics products consisting of a fully automated staining system, ready-to-use probes, multiplexing antibodies and visualization kits. Omicsveu’s technologies have been used to study various biological processes and diseases, such as tumor development and progression, immune response, and organ development. 

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