Today’s research environment involves multiple interdisciplinary teams located around the world in both commercial and academic research institutions. The ability to share and analyze data across different groups is a primary challenge.
The SL5 non-proprietary TIF file produces image-analysis-ready digital slides. It is the perfect versatile instrument for tissue microarray analysis, IHC, and biomarker discovery and validation.* Share scanned images and analysis results, and collaborate in the laboratory or cloud.¹ Archived images can be shared regardless of location, reducing travel expenses.
Search image metadata to retrieve specific samples for review. Instantly view high-resolution digital pathology images from any computer accessible location and perform reviews, analyze and annotate digital slides. The compact footprint and affordability of the SL5, as well as the Qumulus™ cloud-based interface provide an ideal versatile digital pathology system.*
Mikroscan’s SL5 provides tangible cost per slide savings over high throughput digital pathology scanners.
¹Snead DR, Tsang YW, Meskiri A, Kimani PK, Crossman R, Rajpoot NM,Blessing E, Chen K, Gopalakrishnan K, Matthews P, Momtahan N, Read-Jones S, Sah S, Simmons E, Sinha B, Suortamo S, Yeo Y, El Daly H, Cree IA. ‘Validation of digital pathology imaging for primary histopathological diagnosis’. Histopathology. 2015 Sep 26. doi: 10.1111/his.12879. PubMed