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Fast-Forward to Next Generation Imaging The Aperio GT 450 DX is designed to scale up digital pathology operations by increasing throughput in high volume clinical pathology laboratories. The system uses innovative colour calibration technology to output consistent high-quality images enabling on-time, on-screen diagnosis. Aperio GT450 DX is an automated, high capacity digital pathology slide scanner that offers exceptional image quality, rapid delivery of cases and high-performance streamlined digital viewing built with the pathologist in mind. Improve case turnaround with no touch scanning and continuous loading of the racks directly from the HistoCore SPECTRA Workstation (Stainer & Coverslipper) Increase IT security and control with a dedicated Scanner Administrator Manag...
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...
In this new and fully interactive eBook, learn about automated approaches to immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridiztion, whole slide digitization, and find out how they can be adopted to accelerate research programs. The document contains step-by-step guidance and top tips on implementing and validating automated systems, as well as covering key considerations to help guide you through the process.
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.
Accelerate Your Breakthrough Discoveries with Enhanced BOND RX & Nanostring GeoMx Automated RNA Digital Spatial Profiling
SEATTLE, USA and MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA. March 1st Leica Biosystems continues to advance its relationship with NanoString Technologies Inc., supporting translational research to build confidence in reproducibility and throughput while minimizing manual steps and reducing hands-on time with the release of the fully automated GeoMx RNA protocol on BOND RX and BOND RXm research staining systems. “This fully automated protocol not only increased our ability to get more slides done in a week but also increased the quality of the data coming off of our instrument by reducing variability between runs,” said Carlee Hemphill, lead scientist, CDx Labcorp Drug Development. NanoString's GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler uses spatial images, chemistry, and workflow to enable high-plex profiling ...
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.