Ariol - Clinical IHC and FISH Scanner
The flexible Digital Pathology capture & analysis platform
The Ariol system, based on the Leica DM6000 B microscope, is the ultimate scalable platform for brightfield, fluorescence and FISH slide scanning and analysis. World renowned Leica objectives and precision Z-stack capture capabilities, enable the successful digitization of even the most demanding samples. Ariol combines excellent image capture with quantitative clinical breast panel analysis of Her-2/neu, ER/PR and Her-2/neu FISH. Its unrivalled FISH workflow and image quality on tissue, cells or TMAs, brings FISH review out of the dark room and drastically reduces processing time.
Ariol is an In Vitro Diagnostic product. The availability of Ariol is restricted to special countries and clearly differentiated between diagnostic and research use. Please check Intended Use document for details.
The availability of Ariol is restricted to special countries and clearly differentiated between diagnostic and research use. Please check Intended Use document for details.
- Z-stacking with up to 30 layers.
- A high throughput system, the Ariol with optional SL200 autoloader increases slide capacity.
- Ariol combines brightfield IHC (ER/PR and HER2) and FISH (HER2/neu) on a single, compact and affordable system.
- Easily compare serial sections of IHC and FISH staining side-by-side.
- Accurate interpretation of breast protein and gene expression is essential for correct patient diagnosis.
|Capacity||8 or 200|
|Objective lens||Leica HCX PL PL 1,25x/0.04|
Leica HCX PL FL 5x/0.15
Leica HCX PL PL 10x/0.30
Leica HC PLAN APO 20x/0.70
Leica HCX PL APO 40x/0.85 CORR
Leica HCX PL APO 63x/1.40-0.60 (optional)
|Dimensions||L34 x D59x H68 cm or L68 x D59x H68 cm|
|Weight||26.2 KG or 57.5 KG|
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Maximize scanner utilization with brightfield,-multi-channel fluorescent and FISH capture capabilities in a single platform. Customizable scan protocols, Z-stack capture and multiple objective lenses guarantee effective digitization of all your scanning needs. Readily scale up to a high capacity system with the Ariol SL200 slide loader enabling unattended batch scanning.
Standardization and Reporting
Bring objective assessment into your workflow and remove inter- and intra-observer variability from slide reads. Precise quantitative rather than qualitative results coupled with concise reports provides the ideal platform for communication with colleagues and patients.
Clinical Breast Marker Analysis
The Ariol system, based on the Leica DM6000 B microscope, provides a clinically validated platform for diagnosis and quantification of brightfield IHC (ER/PR and HER2/neu) and HER2/neu FISH (Pathvysion) assays. Use the Ariol system to increase diagnostic confidence in staining interpretation and support clinical decisions in the USA or regions requiring CE marking.
Improve laboratory processes
Use the inherent benefits of digital slide technology to step outside traditional laboratory workflows, increase throughput and reduce errors. Gold standard scoring capabilities, such as fully automated H-score, with trainable adaptable classifiers provide an internationally recognized format for your data.
Aperio LV1 IVD
Aperio AT Turbo
|Capacity||8 or 200||4||2x3 or 5||8 or 200||2x3 or 400||2x3 or 400|
|Illumination||Brightfield, 7-channel fluorescence & FISH||Brightfield||Brightfield||Brightfield, 7-channel fluorescence & FISH||Brightfield||Brightfield|
|Magnification||1.25x, 5x, 10x, 20x, 40x, 63x (oil or dry)||1.25x, 5x, 20x, 40x||20x, 40x||1.25x, 5x, 10x, 20x, 40x, 63x (oil or dry)||20x, 40x||20x, 40x|
|Scan Method||Tile||Tile||TDI line scan||Tile||TDI line scan||TDI line scan|
|Available with Clinical Image Analysis*||Yes||No||Yes||No||No||Yes|
"72% of surveyed North American healthcare users purchased their Aperio system for its scanning speed and image quality."
Source: TechValidate. TVID: 2B0-3D5-A36
TechValidate survey of 82 North American healthcare
users of Leica Biosystems Anatomical Pathology