Tools Of The Trade: Multiplexed Digital Pathology
The more markers per slide, the more opportunities to get to the discovery endpoint faster, all while using less precious tissue. Watch the short, educational talks in which Prof. Aldo Scarpa, President of EPC, discusses the use of the newly launched BOND RX 7.0 Software. In his "Multiplexing Immunohistochemistry for Applied Research" talk he shares his insights around the software's potential for chromogenic multiplex IHC research by allowing up to 6 individual markers to be visualized on a single slide.
Dr. Rita Lawlor, on the other hand, explains how capturing histological and IHC images using Aperio digital pathology scanners creates a permanent and useful digital archive of critical information to enhance and facilitate analysis with artificial intelligence for tumor evaluation. Register to watch her talk "Digital Imaging for Biobanking and Artificial Intelligence".
- Develop an understanding of multiplex slide labeling and imaging techniques.
- Set up a multiplexing experiment, to choose the right antibody for the right tissue.
- Identify the unique types of research questions that can be addressed through multiplex imaging.
- Demonstrate how digital image analysis can be utilized to develop AI algorithms for tumor evaluation.
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