RE: [Histonet] Image analysis and slide scanning machine
Can you describe more about how this works? How does it create the image if
it doesn't tile? What kind of analysis can it do? You're exhibiting with
Beecher - can it run Beecher's new software?
>Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 16:11:45 -0400
>From: "Glenn Smith"
>Subject: [Histonet] Image analysis and slide scanning machine (Wester,
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>We supply such an instrument, our TISSUEscope - combining confocal scanning
>laser microscopy and a wide field of view. Depending on your resolution
>requirements, the TISSUEscope can acquire a single image at up to 1 um
>resolution with no mosaic and no tiling of images. A standard slide (1" x
>3") is loaded into the machine and the rest of operations is via software.
>We have another model which offers submicron resolution as well. Both
>brightfield and fluorescence detection is provided within the same
>instrument. Please feel free to contact me offline for more details.
>Also, we will have one of these instruments at the NSH meeting in Toronto -
>we'll be exhibiting in conjunction with Beecher Instruments.
>Glenn Smith, P.Eng.
>Biomedical Photometrics Inc/GeneFocus www.GeneFocus.com>
>Widefield Confocal Scanning Instruments and Software
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