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CODEX multiplexed tissue imaging

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Fig. 1: The CODEX procedure.


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Correspondence to Yury Goltsev or Garry Nolan.

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Y.G. and G.N. are among the founders and shareholders of Parhelia Biosciences and Akoya Biosciences.

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Goltsev, Y., Nolan, G. CODEX multiplexed tissue imaging. Nat Rev Immunol 23, 613 (2023).

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