Spatial organization of tissue characterizes biological function, and spatially resolved gene expression has the power to reveal variations of features with high resolution. Here, we propose a novel graph-based in situ sequencing decoding approach that improves recall, enabling precise spatial gene expression analysis. We apply our method on in situ sequencing data from mouse brain sections, identify spatial compartments that correspond with known brain regions, and relate them with tissue morphology.
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