Digital Spatial Profiling

Understand tumor microenvironment heterogeneity with multi-omic spatial profiling of protein and/or RNA in FFPE whole tissues & TMAs.

Digital spatial profiling using platforms such as the GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) delivers spatial transcriptomics & proteomics in a single slide. TriStar offers GeoMx DSP characterized TMAs & services to facilitate a deeper understanding of tumor & immune spatial biology.

Combine digital spatial profiling with TriStar’s targeted TMA collection including extensive clinical outcome (SOC/CKI) data to explore transcriptomic & protein signatures aligned to response/resistance/relapse.

Benefits of choosing Tristar’s services

Scientifically Relevant TMAs

Targeted TMA collection with extensive molecular & clinical follow up information, including SOC/CKI outcome data, to support oncology translational research programs.

4MD Pathologists

TriStar pathologists guide tissue collections, TMA construction, target analysis & interpretation.

NGS Services

Samples annotated using standard ThermoFisher & Illumina panels, Genexus & NovaSeq equipment. Reports can include TMB, HLA-DR, MSI, TCR and BCR.

FFPE tissues QC’d for RNA analyses

FFPE whole tissue sections & TMAs available with RNAscope QC (PPIB & dapB) and RNA DV200%.

Service Workflow

Define Your Project Requirements
We will sit down with you and work out exactly what the objective of your project is as well as the parameters to work within.
Sample Allocation
We will source the right samples from within our repositories and network.
Services Platform
We will put together the right team and platforms to complete your project correctly and on time.
Confirm & Start Project
A Statement of Work that includes a project plan, deliverables, costs and timelines will be discussed and agreed upon.

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