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Dean Talia

Dean Talia

PhD, Senior Scientist, Leica Biosystems

Dean joined Leica Biosystems in 2016 and is a senior scientist in the R&D team in Melbourne, working on advanced staining projects. He graduated from Monash University where he pursued a PhD, with the department of Immunology and Pathology. During this time, he investigated the role of T cell lineages in mediating inflammatory retinal disorders. He assessed cellular interactions using fluorescent multiplex IHC with confocal microscopy imaging of retinal wholemounts.

Published Pieces by Dean Talia

There is an ever-increasing demand to derive more information from limited research samples. Establishing expression profiles of the tumor microenvironment can be achieved via multiplex staining now with chromogenic detection. Discover how the new features of the Leica Biosystems BOND research system and new assays combine to support automated 6-plex chromogenic multiplexing.

There is an ever-increasing demand to derive more information from limited research samples. Establishing expression profiles of the tumor microenvironment can be achieved via multiplex staining now with chromogenic detection. Discover how the new features of the Leica Biosystems BOND research system and new assays combine to support automated 6-plex chromogenic multiplexing.

There is an ever-increasing demand to derive more information from limited research samples. Establishing expression profiles of the tumor microenvironment can be achieved via multiplex staining now with chromogenic detection. Discover how the new features of the Leica Biosystems BOND research system and new assays combine to support automated 6-plex chromogenic multiplexing.