Chris Mason, Professor of Physiology and Biophysics and prolific genomics researcher at Weill Cornell Medicine, joins us to talk about what he’s doing with the new generation of spatial biology tools. The first papers we dive into are his work on COVID. Chris says the spatial tools have shown us the ravages of the coronavirus on the body like nothing we’ve seen before, i.e. the tissue damage from the cytokine storms and “the long term perturbations such as seeing cells far apart that were usually hanging out together.”
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