What is Spatial Multiplex Multiomics?
Spatial multiplex multiomics integrates multiple omics datasets with spatial information, enabling researchers to investigate the spatial organization and interactions of molecular components (DNA, RNA, protein, or miRNA) in a tissue section. At Omicsveu, we design, develop, and commercialize state-of-the-art, fully automated systems for all your spatial multiplex multiomics needs through our five main technologies:
Significance: Spatial multiplex multiomics allows for the:
Study of spatial distribution and co-localization of molecules, revealing cell type roles and tissue functions through Our Genotyping & Phenotyping assays.
Identification of biomarkers for early disease detection and monitoring disease progression through our ready-to-use miRveu kits and probes.
Inform targeted therapies and enhance disease diagnosis via detection of single base-pair mutations with our all-inclusive In situ sequencing kits and reagents.
Deepen understanding of complex biological mechanisms such as tumorigenesis via single, or multiple RNAveu probes or epithelial-to-mesenchymal transitions via multiplexing ImmunoPlex workflow.
Role in Precision Medicine