Visium Spatial Gene Expression for FFPE Tested Tissues

Specifications, Last Modified on January 4, 2022, Permalink

Tested Tissue List

* List of tissue types that were tested in-house and found to perform well with Visium for FFPE. Tissues tested in-house were acquired from biobanks. Please note: sample preparation variability (such as fixation and embedding techniques) may impact assay performance.

Organism Tissue Unknown, Healthy, Diseased Region, if known
Human Brain Unknown Cerebellum
Human Brain Healthy
Human Brain Diseased, Glioblastoma
Human Breast Healthy
Human Breast Diseased, Cancer
Human Cervix Diseased, Cancer
Human Intestine Diseased, Colorectal Cancer
Human Spine Diseased, Glioblastoma
Human Heart Healthy
Human Heart Diseased, Myxoma
Human Heart Diseased, Sarcoma
Human Kidney Healthy
Human Large Intestine Healthy
Human Large Intestine Diseased, Cancer
Human Lung Healthy
Human Lung Diseased, Cancer
Human Lymph Node Healthy
Human Lymph Node Diseased, Inflamed
Human Lymph Node Diseased, Lymphoma
Human Ovary Diseased, Cancer
Human Prostate Healthy
Human Prostate Diseased, Cancer
Human Skin Diseased, Malignant Melanoma
Human Skin Diseased, Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Human Skin Diseased, Merkel Cell Carcinoma
Human Spinal Cord Unknown
Human Spleen Healthy
Mouse Brain Healthy
Mouse Brain Healthy Cerebellum
Mouse Brain Healthy Olfactory bulb
Mouse Heart Healthy
Mouse Kidney Healthy
Mouse Liver Healthy
Mouse Spleen Healthy
Mouse Testis Healthy
Mouse Thymus Healthy
Mouse Embryo Healthy
Mouse Eye Healthy
Mouse Muscle Healthy Quadricep
Mouse Ovary Healthy
Mouse Placenta Healthy Embryonic (E17)
Mouse Small Intestine Healthy
Mouse Skin Healthy
Mouse Tongue Healthy

Challenging Tissues

* List of tissue types tested in-house with Visium for FFPE that were found to not perform well. Notes on why these samples were challenging are listed.

Organism Tissue Unknown, Healthy, Diseased Additional Information
Human Adipose Unknown Low yield / Poor sensitivity
Human Tonsil Diseased, Reactive Follicular Hyperplasia Inconsistent permeabilization efficiency
Human Skin Normal High propensity for detachment
Mouse Bone Healthy Requires further optimization