Take Control of Your Research by Automating Tissue Microarrays, Multiplexing, Whole Slide Scanning and AI Analysis for Enhanced Bioinformatics
contributed by Epredia |
Many of the most important processes for Automated revealing and studying tissue biomarkers are currently conducted manually. This burdens the research workflow with a lack of control, poor reproducibility, and slow delivery of results.
In a recent internal study, Epredia compared the timing of several key processes for elucidating spatial and biomarker data from FFPE tonsil tissue: tissue microarraying (TMA), multiplex staining of the TMA slides, whole-slide scanning of the TMA slides, and cell quantification and analysis of each of the scanned TMA cores on the slide. Each process was completed using a suite of Epredia’s powerful automated solutions, and the completion time was compared to the manual process often used by researchers for completing the same process.
The results show the ability for Epredia’s suite of automated solutions to dramatically reduce the duration of each step needed to reveal and analyze key biomarker and tissue microenvironment data, and ultimately completing one week of manual work in just one day.
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