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Pathology Research Scanner

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Leica Biosystems Aperio VersaLeica Biosystems Nussloch GmbH offers a combination digital pathology research scanner for brightfield, fluorescence and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) imaging.

The Aperio Versa features an optimized optical pathway and dedicated detection for both brightfield and fluorescence. High levels of automation and an optional 200-slide autoloader enable unsupervised batch processing, from low-magnification to high-resolution, oil-immersion scanning.

Meanwhile, the company's new ISH algorithm enables detection and quantification of single or dual brightfield in situ hybridization markers. It is optimized for samples stained on the Bond RX, Leica’s automated research advanced staining platform.

The latest version of the Aperio eSlide Manager allows slides to be accessed via Web or client viewers.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2015

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