Leica Biosystems has unveiled its new Aperio Image Analysis Workstation, which it says will provide customers with a powerful, entry-level solution to add quantitative analysis techniques to their research.
Leica Biosystems strives to advance cancer research and diagnostics to improve patients’ lives. Leica Biosystems provides anatomic pathology laboratories performing research, and scientists a comprehensive product range for each step in the pathology process, from sample preparation and staining to imaging and reporting.
Referenced in hundreds of peer-review publications, Aperio image analysis has been at the forefront in digital pathology research and biomarker discovery for almost a decade. With over twenty-thousand downloads since its introduction, Aperio ImageScope is the world’s most widely used digital pathology viewer.
The new Aperio Image Analysis Workstation provides an entry-level solution for researchers to leverage the proven power of Aperio Image Analysis algorithms directly on a local computer. Users will be able to analyze whole slides or regions of interest with no additional IT overhead. Furthermore, the workstation deployment option scales to server-side image analysis should throughput requirements increase during use.
This release also includes new versions of Aperio eSlide Manager, Aperio ImageScope and Aperio Scanners.
“Aperio Image Analysis Workstation gives researchers a powerful, yet affordable means to begin using automated, quantitative analysis techniques,” said Puneet Sarin, vice president and general manager of Leica Biosystems Pathology Imaging Business. “This highlights Leica Biosystems commitment to customers to deliver innovative new solutions while also providing ongoing support and improvements to existing products.”
The Aperio Image Analysis Workstation is *For Research Use Only. It is not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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Source: PR Newswire