Analysis of cyclic stain and bleach samples

Analysis of cyclic stain and bleach samples

Multi-epitope ligand cartography (MELC) is a technology using samples subjected to cycles of fluorescent staining, imaging and photobleaching. Each cycle can use an antibody for a different protein. The result is a set of images of the distributions of many proteins for the same samples.

Tumor areas are detected using anti-cytokeratin+ cells and their density. Blood vessels are detected using anti-CD31 + structures. The distance of tumor cells from blood vessels within the tumor areas can then be measured.

A specialized APP was established to analyze a MELC sample of skin from a melanoma patient. The aim was to quantify the expression of all 90 proteins in close proximity to Melan-A positive areas. Some of the resulting images are shown below.

StrataQuest is ideal to fully address the immense potential of such samples with automated context analysis.

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The possibilities of the combination of cyclic stain-bleach methods and StrataQuest context-based analysis are almost endless.

Which protein increases in its expression density and which one decreases in relation to its distance to:

Normal melanocytes, Melanoma cells, Blood vessels, Inflammation sites, Sweat glands, Hair follicles, Basal membrane, Langerhans cells, Intraepithelial T-cells, Regulatory T-cells? 

 

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