Area of Interest Immuno-Oncology Immuno-Oncology with Imaging Mass Cytometry


Explore immune response with spatial biology insights

The tumor microenvironment (TME) represents a complex landscape of cancerous, normal and immune cells within diverse cellular neighborhoods and niches. Understanding the spatial dynamics of cells and tissues and their interplay is crucial for comprehending and treating cancer and requires advanced imaging technologies capable of capturing multiparametric spatial data at high throughput.

Now, researchers can interrogate the TME with the fastest, most comprehensive approach by using new whole slide imaging modes for Imaging Mass Cytometry™ (IMC™), enabling high-multiplex imaging to advance immuno-oncology studies.

Explore New Views In Tumor Issues

Standardized panels to easily interpret tissue heterogeneity

Quickly develop a deep understanding of cancer-related processes in the tumor microenvironment with human- and mouse-specific panels that enable detection of tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes, immune activation and tissue architecture.

Human Immuno-Oncology

Human Immuno-Oncology Spatial Imagery

The Human Immuno-Oncology IMC Panel, 31 Antibodies combines overall tissue architecture, cell interaction and single-cell phenotypic and functional markers in the single largest Imaging Mass Cytometry panel currently available.

Mouse Immuno-Oncology

Mouse Oncology Spatial Imagery

The 28-plex Maxpar® OnDemand™ Mouse Immuno-Oncology IMC Panel Kit consists of four modules that offer comprehensive cellular and tissue phenotyping capabilities to understand the structure and function of normal and diseased mouse tissues.

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New in IMC for immuno-oncology

Whole slide image of colorectal tissue sample

Reveal Heterogeneity of Tumors With Whole Slide Imaging

This application note highlights the capability of IMC whole slide imaging together with ready-to-go human immuno-oncology IMC panels to provide streamlined and extensive evaluation of the human tumor microenvironment. This fast and comprehensive approach means researchers can quickly capture biological insights across the whole tumor at the single-cell level.

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Co-detection of RNA and protein

Deciphering the spatial arrangement of cell types within the TME could be crucial in empowering the next immuno-oncology breakthroughs. Co-detection of RNA and protein using IMC is a novel approach that enables interrogation of gene expression specific to a cell type of interest and identification of the source of a secreted protein, all in the context of the spatial landscape.

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IMC Trending Topics in Immuno-Oncology

This article covers the latest research and past publications using IMC to explore the tumor-immune landscape, biomarker discovery and methods associated with therapeutics development.

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Immuno-oncology e-book

In this e-book, two articles selected from the Drug Target Review highlight findings that researchers believe could be used to enhance immunotherapies. This is supplemented with a short Expert View article on using IMC to accelerate success in cancer immunotherapy development.

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Expert insight on the transformation of precision medicine

Olivier Elemento, PhD
Professor, Physiology and Biophysics, Weill Cornell Medicine
Director, Englander Institute for Precision Medicine

Oliver Elemento shares his expert insight on the transformation of precision medicine. In this short video, Elemento describes why artificial intelligence, high-throughput sequencing and Imaging Mass Cytometry are becoming increasingly critical tools for personalizing treatments and improving patient outcomes.


Learn about the multi-collaborative Tumor Profiler Study

Read the Cancer Cell article Tumor Profiler Study: Integrated multi-omic, functional tumor profiling for clinical decision support and hear Bernd Bodenmiller discuss his lab’s role in this multi-site collaborative project. The author suggests how technologies like IMC could be used to contribute to oncological clinical decision-making in the future.

Customer Stories

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Corinne Ramos, PhD, MBA

Spotlight IMC Corinne Ramos

Advancing drug development with molecular imaging

Yongpan Yan, PhD


An approach that combines molecular biology, immunology and cell biology tools to uniquely

Xianting Ding, PhD


High-dimensional single-cell analysis enhances precision medicine

Bernd Bodenmiller, PhD

Spotlight IMC Bodenmiller

Bernd Bodenmiller on revealing new insights into tumors with Imaging Mass Cytometry


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