Data from: Integrated molecular imaging reveals tissue heterogeneity driving host-pathogen interactions

James E. Cassat, Jessica L. Moore, Kevin J. Wilson, Zachary Stark, Boone M. Prentice, Raf Van De Plas, William J. Perry, Yaofang Zhang, John Virostko, Daniel C. Colvin, Kristie L. Rose, Audra M. Judd, Michelle L. Reyzer, Jeffrey M. Spraggins, Caroline M. Grunenwald, John C. Gore, Richard M. Caprioli & Eric P. Skaar
All diseases are characterized by distinct changes in tissue molecular distribution. Molecular analysis of intact tissues traditionally requires pre-existing knowledge of, and reagents for, the targets of interest. Conversely, label-free discovery of disease-associated tissue analytes requires destructive processing for downstream identification platforms. Tissue-based analyses therefore sacrifice discovery to gain spatial distribution of known targets, or sacrifice tissue architecture for discovery of unknown targets. To overcome these obstacles, we developed a multi-modality imaging platform for discovery-based...
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