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Integrating Innovation with Automation for the Research Laboratory At Leica Biosystems, we aim to enable researchers to accelerate their journey, transforming scientific exploration into translational outcomes. Our goal is to shape the future with novel technologies that inspire every researcher’s exploration of biology. The Aperio GT 450 v 1.3 is proven scanning technology that consists of three upgrades that improve image quality and flexible scanning solutions in research settings: Z-Stack Scanning, Automatic Narrow Stripe, and 20x Magnification. Z-Stack Scanning Multiplane scanning that produces a composite, 3D image that enables research pathologists to review slide samples at varied levels of thickness, similar to a traditional microscope. Automatic Narrow Stripe Scanning...
Leica Biosystems Enhances Integration of Digital Pathology into the Diagnostic Pathway with DICOM Imaging
VISTA, CA –June 17, 2021 – Leica Biosystems, the global leader in pathology workflow solutions, announced today that its Next Generation Aperio GT 450 DX scanner now supports DICOM imaging. Working closely in partnership with Leeds Teaching Hospital NHS as part of the National Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC) program, Leica Biosystems has developed a DICOM implementation that is designed to meet the need of enterprise healthcare organizations to standardize their medical imaging protocols. “Standardisation and interoperability are vital for the successful adoption of digital technologies in healthcare,” said Dr. Darren Treanor, Consultant Pathologist and Director of NPIC. “For over 30 years DICOM has been the standard in medical imaging, and we are championing its use in d...
Keeping Your Eye On Image Color Image Viewing and Image Analysis Across Digital Pathology Scanner Model
Digital pathology is a growing field, with multiple vendors offering a variety of hardware and software for different applications. With many options available for digital pathology scanners, viewing software, and both consumer and medical review monitors, users need the ability to adapt to variations in image appearance.
Digital pathology is the means of capturing stained slides as high-resolution, brightfield or fluorescent images that are managed, stored, and visualized digitally. Digital pathology has several advantages over traditional microscopy that can improve project productivity and quality. This infographic highlights key benefits of implementing digital pathology in the laboratory.