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Brightfield Toolbox Analyze

Brightfield Toolbox - Quantitative Brightfield Image Analysis

Brightfield Toolbox

The Brightfield Toolbox provides researchers with a range of image analysis tools to perform quantitative analysis on tissue, which has been digitized on a brightfield scanner or captured on a traditional microscope. All of the analysis tools can be performed across entire eSlides, regions of interest or TMAs. From low throughput users requiring a single algorithm, to enterprise level, high-throughput environments, at Leica Biosystems, we can tailor an image analysis package, with the appropriate algorithms, to your specifications.

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Area Quantification

Area Quantification

Enables the quantification of area and intensity of staining within eSlides. Utilizing Image Analysis tools such as color deconvolution and colocalization it is possible to quantify multiple markers within a single tissue section.

Genie

Genie

Histology pattern recognition tool which assists in the identification and classification of tissue samples. Genie, can also be used to reduce the requirement for annotation prior to quantitative analysis. Please click Genie for more information.

Object Quantification

Object Quantification

Classify objects within tissue, for example evaluate rare events or microvessel density. Measure objects location, volume and amount.

Whole Cell Quantification

Whole Cell Quantification

Quantify membrane, nuclear and cytoplasmic staining within a cell, resulting in semi-quantitative or truly quantitative measurements per cellular component.


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