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Species-specific gene expression profiling of patient-derived xenograft tumors by the RNAscope® in situ hybridization assay

| Contributed by ACD Bio

The tumor microenvironment plays multiple roles in tumor cell proliferation, differentiation, vascularity, and metastasis through tumor cell-stromal cell interactions.

The RNA Revolution

A Guide to RNA as a Biomarker and its Detection

Large Research Institution Improves Efficiencies with Aperio ePathology Solutions

| Contributed by Leica

This study looks at a large US institute, with a focus on molecular research, who sought a digital pathology solution to address growing challenges associated with increased research workloads in the histology laboratory.

Aperio Cellular IF Algorithm Validation

| Contributed by Leica

In this paper we describe a validation study to verify the correlation between results generated by digital pathology image analysis (Aperio Cellular IF Algorithm) and manual scoring.

Improving Research Analysis and Efficiency with Aperio ePathology Solutions

| Contributed by Leica

Often, the first step in important discoveries related to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer begins in the research laboratory.

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Implementing digital pathology for biobanking

| Contributed by Leica

The flexibility of digital pathology hardware and software solutions allows institutions, such as the Brussels Free University, to create bespoke solutions to meet individual biobanking needs.

Creating A Research Library Using Aperio ePathology Solutions: Life Sciences

| Contributed by Leica

Cutting-edge research is elucidating the etiology of diseases, uncovering novel biomarkers and potential therapies.

Experience a new way of working with 4K Microscopy

| Contributed by Olympus

A revolution is here with 4K Microscopy, as ultra-high definition cameras provide images larger and more detailed than previously possible. Read how fast, comfortable and user-friendly on-screen operation enhances sample evaluation, supports effective collaborations and engages the audience during presentations.

Spatially-resolved analysis of immune cells within the tumor microenvironment using HALOTM

| Contributed by Halo

Recent advancements in immuno-oncology demonstrate that the spatial distribution of immune cells within the tumor microenvironment can be used to predict survival and response to immunotherapy of certain cancers. To facilitate this analysis, we introduce new tools for the HALO platform which facilitate spatially-resolved analysis of immune markers across whole-slide tissue sections.

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