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Microscopic Methods Reveal Holistic Picture of Sample

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Whole slide imaging and multiplexing provide rich data extraction and depth of detail while keeping the whole specimen in the field of view.

BRENDAN BRINKMAN, OLYMPUS CORP.

Whole slide imaging is a method principally employed when scientists need to image a large, relatively two-dimensional sample that expands beyond a single microscope field of view. Typical applications include imaging of histological tissues that have been cut into thin slices and placed on a glass slide. Tonsil CD3 (rm), ImmPRESS Reagent (HRP) Anti-Mouse IgG Immpact DAB (brown), and AE1/AE3 (m) ImmPRESS (AP) (HRP) Anti-Rabbit IgG ImmPACT Vector Red (red). Counterstained with Hematoxylin QS (blue). Courtesy of Vector Labs. The basic principle of whole slide imaging is to digitally...Read full article

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