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About this webinar…

In part 2, Matt Levin, B.Sc., Cell IDx R&D Manager discusses how multiplex immunofluorescent (mxIF) and multiplex immunochromogenic (mxIHC) histochemistry have become important techniques for immunohistochemistry and spatialomics research.

If you are using chromogenic and fluorescent multiplexing technologies then this webinar is for you.

Learning Objectives

  • Identify what UltraPlex Multiplex is
  • Understand why a modular approach is important when designing multiplex assays
  • Understand why signal conservation is important to assay analysis


About the speaker: Matt Levin, PhD

Matt Levin has dedicated his professional career to answer the resonating whys in the field of protein chemistry and immunology. He is currently an R&D Manager at Cell IDx, a Leica Biosystems Company, and his team is motivated to share their laboratory results with the world to improve the quality of people’s lives and leave the world as a better place. Over the past decade, Matt and his team have dedicated their efforts to creating an improved multiplex immunohistochemistry assay.

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