3DHISTECH team is pleased and proud to welcome you to the International Tumour Budding Consensus Conference 2016 which is taking place in Kursaal Bern, Switzerland 27th – 29rh April, 2015. We invite you to visit us and meet our professional, enthusiastic team to find out more about recent cutting-edge developments in digital microscopy.
We encourage you to learn about ways how 3DHISTECH solutions will help you to save time and money, and, most importantly, increase your productivity.
3DHISTECH is Main Sponsor of ITBCC 2016.
3DHISTECH has managed to couple confocal imaging with the Pannoramic award-winning whole slide scanning technology. With Pannoramic Confocal your immunofluorescent samples will appear on your monitor in unprecedented quality.
• 6 channel fluorescence illumination with solid state light source
• Highest confocal light efficiency
• Brightfield overlay
Pannoramic 250 Flash II - For the best image quality with the fastest brightfield and fluorescent scanning in one!
•Walk-away 250 slides or continuous loading
•Brightfield and up to 9 channel fluorescent scanning
•High resolution, medical grade monitor
•SlideDriver for easy navigation on and between digital slides
TMA Grand Master with PCR extraction function
The tissue microarray (TMA) technique can be used as a valuable, high-throughput diagnostic method. By being able to place up to several hundred different samples into one paraffin block, TMA brings major economies in time quality and costs of tissue preparation, staining and slide preparation. The real advantages of tissue microarrays can only be achieved when using digital TMA. With 6 PCR cassettes and 10 PCR tubes/cassette.
QuantCenter is the framework for 3DHISTECH image analysis applications. By first segmenting the sample on the tissue level, the cell based algorithms can run faster and provide more reliable results. QuantCenter is designed for predictive and prognostic marker quantification and can be adapted to your lab’s IHC protocols.
In the 2.0 release we made the measurement possibilities of FISHQuant complete. Not only can FISHQuant work on cell samples, but the image processing of tissue samples is also possible. The new program, while maintaining the functionality of Cyto FISH, received a secondary non-specific measurement option, which allows for the numerical analysis of translocation probes, containing no structural abnormalities, and display the combined results of the two measurements and statistical analysis.