Advanced digital pathology image analysis
Leica Microsystems has announced the availability of integrated digital pathology image analysis.
Leica Microsystems and Indica Labs have integrated Indica’ advanced image analysis algorithm portfolio into Leica Microsystems digital pathology solution.
Users of the Leica Microsystems Tissue IA product can now source from Indica Labs, a range of image analysis algorithms, providing solutions to many diverse tissue-based quantification applications.
Indica Labs’ image analysis algorithms for molecular assay and morphological feature detection and quantification in whole slide images, coupled with Leica Microsystems’ Tissue IA, provides an easy-to-use solution for complex image analysis problems in Digital Pathology.
Leica Microsystems Tissue IA software is a key component of the Total Digital Pathology portfolio and enables the analysis of whole slide images at the touch of a button.
The Indica Labs range, including algorithms for neurobiology, toxicological pathology and brightfield ISH, can now be integrated with Leica’s Tissue IA, providing a solution for a broad range of targeted applications.
Furthermore, custom image analysis algorithms can be developed by Indica Labs to meet users’ varied and specific requirements, facilitating true flexibility in analysis options.
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