Ask the questions you could never ask before

What is the true mechanism of metastasis in breast cancer? What if you could read the mind of a cancer cell? How can I untangle tumor heterogeneity with bulk NGS alone?

Mission Bio’s Tapestri Platform is empowering cancer researchers to ask and explore questions that were previously inconceivable. From deciphering the order of mutation acquisition to accurately measuring genomics changes like SNVs and CNVs across thousands of individual cells, Tapestri is bringing a new standard of clarity to solid tumor research.

Visit us at AACR (Booth 1910), drop by our poster sessions/presentations, and schedule some time to speak with our translational scientists. 


A single-cell solution for solid tumors to detect mutations and quantify copy number variations (Mission Bio, Saurab Parikh)
Location: Online E-Poster, Presentation Number: 6171 Date/Time: 4/8/22 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Linking phenotype and genotype: Multimodal analysis of surface proteins, intracellular proteins, and SNV in single cells (Mission Bio, Aik Ooi)
Location: Section 6, Poster Board #19, Presentation Number: 833 Date/Time: 4/11/22 9:00AM - 12:30PM

Single-cell DNA sequencing from frozen endometrial tumors to address clonal evolution of somatic mutations (MSKCC, Arnaud D Cruz Paula)
Location: Section 14, Poster Board #9, Presentation Number: 1692 Date/Time: 4/11/22 1:30PM - 5:00PM

Enabling single cell analysis of copy number variation in breast cancer (Mission Bio, Ania Wronski; presenter: Jacky Marin)
Location: Section 2, Poster Board #21, Presentation Number: 2949 Date/Time: 4/12/22 1:30PM - 5:00PM


Moving Single-cell DNA Sequencing into Solid Tumor Research
(Mission Bio, Julia Gouffon; MD Anderson Cancer Center, Nicholas E. Navin)
Location: Spotlight Theater B, Halls D-H Date/Time: 4/12/22 12:30PM - 1:30PM

Decoding breast cancer with single cell genomics
(MD Anderson Cancer Center, Nicholas E. Navin)
Location: Plenary Session Hall B-C Convention Center Date/Time: April 13, 2022, 8:27 AM - 8:49 AM

Novel insights into pancreatic cancer genetics and evolution
(Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Christine A. Iacobuzio-Donahue)
Location: Hall B-C, Convention Center Date/Time: 4/13/2022, 8:49 AM - 9:11 AM

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