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Digital Pathology Imaging & Scanning

Our digital slide scanning products offer unprecedented image quality, speed and reliability for whole slide imaging; making Aperio digital pathology scanners the optimal choice for research professionals.

Whole Slide Imaging

Whole Slide Imaging (WSI) is revolutionizing the field of pathology, ushering in an era of unprecedented access to Image quality, ease of use, and speed. WSI allows for the digital acquisition and storage of tissue slides and has immense practical implications for researchers.

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Top Considerations When Buying a Digital Pathology Scanner

Are you thinking about purchasing a digital pathology scanner? We offer some tips for things to consider during the buying process.

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Benefits Of Automation For Tissue-Based Research

In this new and fully interactive eBook, learn about automated approaches to immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridiztion, whole slide digitization, and find out how they can be adopted to accelerate research programs. The document contains step-by-step guidance and top tips on implementing and validating automated systems, as well as covering key considerations to help guide you through the process.

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Digital Ready Slides

Olga Colgan, PhD, Global Brand Strategy Director, Leica Biosystems

In this webinar, learn more about the adoption of digital pathology, and the appropriate steps to support change management to help promote engagement and a path to success.

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Aperio GT 450 Imaging Technology

Peyman Najmabadi, PhD

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Digital Histopathology Deployment in GSK Non-Clinical Histology Facility

Elena Miranda, PhD, Director, Non-Clinical Histology at GSK

In this webinar learn more about digital histopathology deployment learning at GSK (GlaxoSmithKline plc).

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Aperio GT 450 Improves Throughput by 64% and Reduces QC Tech Time by 94% in Workflow Study

This white paper evaluates ways to scale up digital pathology operations to keep up with increasing demand, assessing the performance of the Aperio GT 450 versus Aperio AT2.

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Aperio GT 450 Workflow Research Study

Vladislav Chizhevsky MD SSBBP
Julie Broccardo HTL, QIHC, Director of Anatomic Pathology Operations, NeoGenomics Laboratories, Inc.

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From Microscope To Monitor A Proprietary Color Match Method from Leica Biosystems

Allen Olson, PhD, Technical Lead Engineer and Scientist
Lance Mikus, MBA

Digital pathology is quickly growing across the globe as it offers increasing benefits to standardize and optimize the pathology lab workflow. Pathologists can now retrieve their cases in digital form and review and sign off cases using a PC and monitor. However, digital pathology companies offer many different monitors, depending on the company. Pathologists are often frustrated by the color variation of a digital image as it may not match the microscope color experience They often prefer a color that looks as close as possible to the typical experience using a microscope.

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