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Use of Aperio GENIE Image Analysis Tool for Histopathology Pattern Recognition

Abstract

Image analysis is a rapidly evolving and increasingly utilized tool in histology. It enables high throughput analysis of a large number of samples, offering the potential for increased precision, plus reduced workload for researchers. The ability of slide scanners to create high resolution whole slide images (WSI) of tissue sections gives rise to the need for quick and effective identification of areas of interest within these images. This review focuses on the use of Aperio GENIE, from Leica Biosystems, as an image analysis tool for automatic identification of different tissue morphologies and cell cohorts within WSI.

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