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Genie Analyze

Genie – Histology Pattern Recognition

Genie

Aperio GENIE is a trainable histomorphology image analysis tool used to automatically identify different cohorts in heterogeneous tissue samples. Use Aperio GENIE to remove the time-consuming process of manually annotating areas of interest on digital slides. With an easy to use interface, quickly train Aperio GENIE on representative tissue samples and then submit batches of slides for automatic detection and annotation of your morphological regions of interest.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. For specific product indications and more information click here.

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Experience the magic of Aperio GENIE

Quickly train Aperio GENIE on brightfield or fluorescent slides with representative examples of heterogeneous tissue. Aperio GENIE then automatically identifies and annotates the different tissue cohorts across entire sections.

Automate your Image Analysis

Use Aperio GENIE as a precursor to Aperio quantitative image analysis. Firstly, automatically identify regions of interest with Aperio GENIE and then measure the expression of biomarkers only within these regions.

Faster tissue identification

Accelerate the manual process of histomorphological analysis and remove the need for annotation to identify distinct tissue classifications such as tumor regions, kidney glomeruli or necrotic tissue.

Quantify tissue classes or areas

Aperio GENIE can be used with both brightfield and fluorescent slides for quantification of tissue classes or for pre-selection of tissue areas prior to running quantitative image analysis.



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