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Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm Analyze

Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm – Accurate Subcellular IHC Analysis

Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm

The Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm allows you to model and quantitate staining with a protein biomarker within the cytoplasm of cells. Use the Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm to quantify staining area and intensity for cytoplasmic-specific markers, while also measuring translocation of staining into the cell nucleus, for a detailed picture of the cell immunohistochemistry.

 

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Get the full picture in your slides

The Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm can automatically differentiate between staining in the nucleus and the cytoplasm. This insight on sub-cellular localization of proteins enables you to better understand cell processes and disease status.

Analyze dual-plex staining

Researchers need to get the most information possible from limited tissue samples. The Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm allows use of a counterstain, and up to two positive stains, allowing you to get a greater amount of accurate, quantitative data from your slides.

User friendly interface

Aperio Image Analysis algorithms are designed with usability in mind. The Aperio Cytoplasm Algorithm has an intuitive set-up workflow, with instant feedback in the form of a visual tuning window, so you can see the effects of each parameter as you adjust.

Tuned to your needs

The customizable algorithm inputs allow you to adjust the algorithm for a range of diverse, specific research applications. Save your settings as an analysis macro that can be easily re-run on batches of slides in Aperio eSlide Manager or Aperio Image Analysis Workstation.