Today’s research environment involves multiple interdisciplinary teams located worldwide in both commercial and academic research institutions. The ability to share and analyze data across different groups is a primary challenge.
With digital pathology*, digitized images of glass slide specimens can be shared remotely by multiple simultaneous collaborators and experts from any location, eliminating the travel required to review glass slides.
With today's many powerful algorithms, quantitative image analysis can be performed on the whole-slide digital images, enabling faster, more accurate analysis of specimens.
This essential technology reduces expenses, enhances efficiency and productivity, and improves decision support.
We provide the low-throughput, 2-slide capacity SL5 system and the medium-throughput, 20-slide capacity 5-20 system for research applications.
The non-proprietary TIF file produced by our whole-slide scanners is image-analysis-ready, allowing you to perform various image analysis applications such as tissue microarray analysis, IHC, and biomarker discovery and validation.*
Digital pathology creates a permanent digital record of your tissue or cytology sample. These images can be shared with research and academic colleagues regardless of location. Advantages of digital pathology include instantly retrieving, viewing and analyzing images from large digital archives.*