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Tips, Tricks, and Optimization: A User's Guide to BOND RX and Chromogenic Multiplexing in Research Applications
Slide 1 Hello, hello; thank you so much for that introduction. Let's get started. Oh, I'm sorry, I just need to hit this next button here. So my name is Mark Lawson. Thank you for joining us in this webinar. I'm here to present BOND RX tips, tricks, and optimization. It's going to be a user guide from the BOND RX and chromogenic multiplexing in the research application. Slide 2 So, my name is Mark Lawson. I'm an application specialist on the Life Sciences team at Leica Biosystems I provide technical support for the Life Sciences portfolio, including but not limited to the BOND RX, the BOND RXm, and a wide array of reagents. So I've worked in the histology field for about 15 years and in both clinical and research spaces. I started off as a histotechnologist and worked my way up...
It’s Time for TIME Alexander “Sandy” Borowsky Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Center for Immunology and Infectious Diseases Disclosures Bristol-Meyers Squibb/Celgene: Funded through Investigator Sponsored Research (ISR) program. Discovery proposal. Leica/Aperio: Funded to run the “Genesis” study for primary diagnosis from whole slide images. Honorarium for this presentation. Histolix: Slide-free histology (Levenson and Fereidouni). Pfizer: Pfizer Protocol A9001502, Treatment Resistance Following Therapies (TRANSLATE) site PI. Agenda: In contracting to join the “FLEX” registry. None of these has actually paid me, only funding for the research projects. Objectives • Introduction into the complexity of the TIME and the development of new cancer treatments though di...
H&E is an important tool for disease research and drug development and is being increasingly combined with digital pathology technology. Image quality is important for slide digitization to ensure that interpretation is accurate. Take a look at some images here, produced by our digital pathology scanners.
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.
The content of this webinar will encompass detailed technical descriptions of novel and state of the art methods to decalcify tissue samples that will be embedded in paraffin or for frozen sectioning for molecular and nucleic acid analysis for basic research...
This article is the third piece of a 4-part series including articles titled “What are life sciences,” “Translational Research,” “Spatial Biology/Research” (current feature), and “Biomarkers in Translational/Spatial Research.”