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Our first annual meeting exhibit was a huge smash!

We're excited to share the positive feedback and enthusiasm we received from attending the Society for Neuroscience (SFN) in November. Our CEO Alan Carpino shared, "The meeting had an incredible turnout -- over 30,000 attendees. It was great to meet so many people working on cutting-edge research in neuroscience."

SFN is a global industry leader that brings its members and key players together from industry, academia, research, government, policy, and clinical care, intending to explore neuroscience's potential for treating certain cancers.

At Targeted Bioscience, we are doing our part in the new era of personalized medicine. In close collaboration with researchers, clinicians, and governing bodies, we are developing new immunotherapy-based products to deliver safe, personalized medicine.

It is always an exciting time to share our latest products. This year especially. We debuted our Acculift Spatial Profiler, which will become the new standard in spatial profiling and digital pathology. The AccuLift system is a Spatial Biology profiling platform that offers all the power and capabilities of cloud-based digital pathology in one easy-to-use, comprehensive software suite. The system was designed to be intuitive and powerful while providing the level of sophistication needed by today’s most advanced pathologists. The AccuLift Spatial Profiler is a game-changer in digital pathology!

JUPITER, Fla., Dec. 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Targeted Bioscience, a leading biotechnology tools provider of innovative solutions, has quickly become known for its cutting-edge technologies and dedication to helping customers push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of biotechnology. The company, founded in 2019, offers targeted spatial profiling and precision medicine solutions tailored to the unique needs of each researcher and clinician, helping them achieve their goals faster and more effectively. Targeted Bioscience's spatial profiling portfolio enables users to identify, select and profile the complex tissue microenvironment to uncover unique biomarkers.

The innovations developed by Targeted Bioscience will benefit science and accelerate translational and clinical research to advance precision medicine. We provided targeted spatial profiling multi–omics solutions to drive meaningful insights into health and disease, identify biomarkers to inform decisions and accelerate the development of more effective therapies. Additionally, the advanced algorithms and data analysis techniques offered by Targeted Bioscience can help scientists and researchers better understand complex biological processes. Our customers are leading academic, government, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and plant and animal research laboratories worldwide. Together with them, we strive to increase the quality of life for all. The team at Targeted Bioscience brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table and is committed to delivering the best possible solutions to its clients.

"At Targeted Bioscience, we are dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of biotechnology. Our team of experts is committed to delivering the best possible solutions to our clients, helping them to achieve their goals faster and more effectively. We are excited to be at the forefront of this rapidly-evolving industry, and we are committed to driving the industry forward." – Alan Carpino CEO, Targeted Bioscience

In addition to its core technology offerings, Targeted Bioscience provides support services, including training, technical support, and consulting. This allows the company to offer a complete end-to-end solution to its clients, from the initial consultation all the way through to implementation and ongoing support.

At Targeted Bioscience, the team is passionate about helping its clients succeed. The company believes that biotechnology has the power to change the world and is dedicated to supporting the industry in any way it can. Whether a client is a small startup or a large multinational corporation, Targeted Bioscience is here to help them achieve their goals and drive the industry forward.

About Targeted Bioscience, Inc.

Targeted Bioscience is a leading provider of innovative solutions for the biotech industry. The company offers targeted solutions tailored to each client's unique needs, helping them achieve their goals faster and more effectively. Interested parties are invited to learn more about Targeted Bioscience and its offerings by visiting the company's website at There, they can find out more about the team, the technology, and the support services offered by the company. Thank you for considering Targeted Bioscience for your biotechnology needs.

Media Contact Targeted Bioscience, Inc. Liza B. Gonzalez Marketing Director (561) 309-8189 United States

The field of spatial biology is growing faster than ever. It's estimated that the market for spatial biology products will reach $4.5 billion by 2022, up from an estimated $3.5 billion in 2020.

The convergence of technology and personalized medicine—two areas that are both booming right now—is creating massive opportunities in the world of spatial biology. Here's a look at some trends we'll see in 2022:

1. Single-cell capture

Single-cell capture is the process of isolating individual cells from a tissue sample. This allows scientists to study the cells' genetic makeup and how they interact with each other. The process is currently used in cancer research and drug development but has many applications. It could be used to study how the brain works, for example—or even to create personalized medicine.

2. Personalized or precision medicine

We are in the early stages of designing and producing targeted, individualized medicines. These will target specific genetic markers in people diagnosed with a disease. The idea is that these targeted therapies are more effective than traditional medicines, which treat all patients the same way regardless of their genetic makeup.

3. Disease prediction and prevention

By 2027, doctors can predict whether a person is at risk of developing a disease before symptoms appear. They'll use this information to prescribe preventative treatments, such as diet and exercise plans or medications that can lower cholesterol levels.

4. Computational modeling of physiology

Computers can model the human body at a molecular level to create simulations that help doctors predict the effects of drugs and other therapies before they are used in clinical trials.

5. Computer-assisted diagnosis/recommendations

AI Technology can assist doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of disease by helping them analyze a patient’s medical history, perform lab tests, and scan images.

6. Genomic sequencing (using DNA sequencing to predict disease)

With this technology, doctors can predict a patient’s susceptibility to disease. This information can help the doctor make better treatment decisions and prevent disease before it occurs. Thus furthering the advancement of precision medicine.

7. Augmented reality (3D virtual reality)

Augmented reality tools can help doctors perform complex procedures and treat patients more effectively by providing real-time information on their condition and surroundings.

In successive years, spatial biology has enormous potential to realize personalized medicine. The incredible technology is expected to increase the accuracy of drug target identification and drug lead discovery. At the same time, it is also aimed to revolutionize whole genome sequencing and the post-genomics era by cost-effective mapping of cells.

With the advent of new technologies, it’s only a matter of time till doctors get to know about their patients in an unprecedented manner. The key is how these tools will be used for the benefit of personalized care.

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