Multiplex tissue imaging: an introduction to the scope and challenges

Christopher O C Bellamy, Sandrine Prost
American Journal of Transplantation 2019 December 30
That allograft biopsies are still needed reflects that histopathology outperforms other modalities in difficult settings, because the underlying truth in a tissue sample cannot be recapitulated with other approaches. The unique advantage of tissue sections is the retention of spatial relationships to molecular level.

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