Invitation to attend the ECP 2014

European Congress of Pathology 2014

3DHISTECH cordially invites you to attend the 26th European Congress of Pathology
(ECP 2014,
Date: 30th of August - 3rd of September, 2014
Location: ExCeL London; One Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London E16 1XL, UK

3DHISTECH is the Major Sponsor of ECP 2014 and will exhibit at booth #7 in the main Exhibition Hall.

3DHISTECH invites you to attend its Luncheon Symposium during the ECP 2014.
Title of the symposium: “Digitalisation in routine and research pathology.”
Date: Monday, September 1, 2014
Time: 13.00-14.30
Room: Capital Suite 8/11

Guest speakers and their presentations:
Dr. Asel Kudaybergenova
Pathologist; Russian Science Center of Radiology and Surgical Technology (RSCRST), RUSSIA
Presentation title: "Quantitative measurements of cell density and proliferative markers by image analysis as approach to make the pathology report more objective."

Prof. Ince Ümit, MD
Chief Pathologist; Acibadem Health Group Pathology Dept., TURKEY
Presentation title: "Validated Interhospital Routine Digital Pathology / Telepathology Practice in a Multi-institutional Health Group in Turkey."

Dr. Peter March
Bioimaging Senior Experimental Officer; The University of Manchester, UK
Presentation title: "The use of digital whole slide scanning in academic research. The power of having everything warts and all!"

Dr. Yevgeniy Romin, MS
Digital Microscopy Specialist; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA
Presentation title: "Quantification of brightfield and multi-color fluorescent signal in normal tissues and in tumors using digitally scanned serial sections."


Pannoramic 250 Flash II

According to the results of the 2nd International Scanner Contest (ISC), this is the fastest digital slide scanner on the market at both 20x and 40x resolution. Designed for routine digital pathology, the new Flash II easily meets your needs, from high quality to high capacity scanning.


Digital Pathology Cockpit

3DHISTECH is introducing the Digital Pathology Cockpit which combines the comfort of microscope navigation with the highest quality digital slides. What is more, the Digital Pathology Cockpit allows you to fully utilize the advantages of digital slides in the clinical environment.


TMA Grand Master

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.


Pannoramic Confocal

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



Always be closer than three clicks from any of your slides. CaseCenter is a robust web-based database for storing, managing and distributing your slides. VirtualTray collects slides and images of a whole case into one continuous view that makes your daily work more efficient than ever before.




Speed up your work and meet the most ergonomic and sate-of-the art WSI viewer software. CaseViewer is designed for the routine daily work of pathologists using whole slide images instead of a regular microscope. Supports new VirtualTray feature for the highest efficiency.



Multi-layer IHC image analysis based on tissue recognition. 3DHISTECH introduces a software tool for high throughput IHC analysis. 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.



Teach your software to detect the areas of interest on your slides automatically! Run quantification algorithms on automatically detected ROIs to save time and effort!




The new NuclearQuant software application performs automatic evaluation on IHC nuclear stainings (ER, PR, Ki67, etc.). Using color deconvolution it measures staining intensity only on the chromogen channel. The algorithm categorizes the detected nuclei to negative, weak positive, medium positive and strong positive classes. The new classification gallery is also available for locating the detections one by one and rescoring.



The new MembraneQuant software application offers automated evaluation for IHC membrane stainings (HER-2, EGFR, etc.). With the help of color deconvolution the intensity measurements are performed only on the chromogen channel. The algorithm categorizes the detected cells (+, ++, +++), and determines the H-score for the annotated area. In the classification gallery can view, find and also rescore the detected membranes.



In the 1.6.2 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.



Brand new application software implementing two different algorithms, CISH and CISH-RNA to the chromomeric in situ hybridization patterns, perfectly suited for detecting viral RNA.




CT for microscopy! 3DView can show you the reconstructed model of the tissue in microscopic details.
• Works with digital slides or standard images of serial sections
• Automatic alignment of consecutive layers
• Flexible visualization options (sectioning plane, HE masking, separate FL channel management, etc.)
• 2D and volumetric measurements