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Spatial analysis for highly multiplexed imaging data to identify tissue microenvironments

Cytometry A. 2023 Mar 6. doi: 10.1002/cyto.a.24729. Online ahead of print.


Highly multiplexed in situ imaging cytometry assays have made it possible to study the spatial organisation of numerous cell types simultaneously. We have addressed the challenge of quantifying complex multi-cellular relationships by proposing a statistical method which clusters local indicators of spatial association. Our approach successfully identifies distinct tissue architectures in datasets generated from three state-of-the-art high-parameter assays demonstrating its value in summarising the information-rich data generated from these technologies.

PMID:36879360 | DOI:10.1002/cyto.a.24729

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