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Marie-Louise Loupart

Marie-Louise Loupart

PhD, Image Analysis Specialist for Leica Biosystems Aperio ePathology

Formerly, Product Support Specialist for CytoVision, Ariol & Aperio VERSA 2010-2016, Marie-Louise has a 13 years of experience in bio-medical research, being trained as a Molecular Biologist, extending into Cell Biology, Cytogenetics, Developmental Biology and Biochemistry during the course of research career. Marie-Louise received her PhD in Biological Sciences from University of Leicester for deletion-mapping in human breast cancer. She has also received two diverse post-doctoral research fellowships at the University of Edinburgh, creating human artificial chromosomes, and investigating Drosophila cell cycle mutants.

Published Pieces by Marie-Louise Loupart

An unmet need in tissue diagnostics is the ability to simultaneously detect three or more markers on a single tissue specimen, i.e. multiplexing. Unlike other immunoassays, i.e. flow cytometry, ELISA and bead assays, which solely quantify the biomarker in a sample, a multiplex immunoassay quantifies the biomarker, identifies the location of the cell in the tissue and identifies the spatial relationship of the biomarkers with respect to each other.

An unmet need in tissue diagnostics is the ability to simultaneously detect three or more markers on a single tissue specimen, i.e. multiplexing. Unlike other immunoassays, i.e. flow cytometry, ELISA and bead assays, which solely quantify the biomarker in a sample, a multiplex immunoassay quantifies the biomarker, identifies the location of the cell in the tissue and identifies the spatial relationship of the biomarkers with respect to each other.