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Next-gen immunohistochemistry

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The combination of mass spectroscopy with immunohistochemistry allows highly multiplexed, directly quantitative imaging of tissue samples for both basic and clinical research.

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    In the version of this article initially published, the surname of the first author of ref. 1 was misspelled as "Geisen"; the correct spelling is "Giesen." The error has been corrected in the HTML and PDF versions of the article.


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D.L.R. is a scientific cofounder and stockholder in Metamark Genetics, Inc.

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Rimm, D. Next-gen immunohistochemistry. Nat Methods 11, 381–383 (2014).

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