Pathology

TissueMark

Computational pathology

Product nummer:

PATHXL02

Analyze solid tumor tissue samples in research applications fast and enhance the quality and reliability of macrodissection, nucleic acid extraction, and molecular profiling.

Analyze solid tumor tissue samples in research applications fast and enhance the quality and reliability of macrodissection, nucleic acid extraction, and molecular profiling.

Computational pathology


TissueMark is our innovative research application for the automated detection and analysis of tumor cells on H&E stained tissue sections. It employs powerful algorithms for research into:
 
  • Lung cancer
  • Breast cancer

You will enjoy automatic analysis of your tissue samples via a quantitative visual heat map of tumor probability. Color-coded, this provides information on tumor location and differentiation from stroma, inflammation, and necrosis.

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Improve the quality of molecular tests with accurate ROI and cellularity guidance
Improve the quality of molecular tests with accurate ROI and cellularity guidance

Improve the quality of molecular tests with accurate ROI and cellularity guidance

Given the inter-pathologist variation that is widely acknowledged3 in the industry, TissueMark macro dissection boundary suggestions show a higher acceptance by pathologists. TissueMark also measures the percent4 of tumor nuclei to ensure sample quality and sufficient tumor nucleic acid for molecular profiling. TissueMark deep learning algorithms are trained to identify cellular structures from other morphology and classify identified cells into tumor vs non-tumor cells.
High throughput, intuitive workflow to save valuable time of lab personnel
High throughput, intuitive workflow to save valuable time of lab personnel

High throughput, intuitive workflow to save valuable time of lab personnel

TissueMark is an easy-to-use, intuitive tool that is aligned to the needs of the modern day molecular lab. TissueMark helps organize and dispatch whole slide images rather than slide trays with glass slides which require manual sorting, preparation and logistical transport. The application provides automatic organization of the worklist of a pathologist. In comparison to the current glass based workflow, the pathologist5 can view the entire worklist assigned to get an overview of the pending, completed, and urgent work.
Interoperable with Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution
Interoperable with Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution

Interoperable with Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution

TissueMark is inter-operable with Philips IntelliSite Pathology Solution (PIPS) and via PIPS with your Laboratory Information System (LIS), thereby enabling automatic execution of algorithms on whole slide images (WSI) that are chosen for molecular testing.
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TissueMark algorithms are designed for fast execution with a runtime of 60 seconds6 on every whole slide image across the tissue types supported. Fast algorithm execution combined with the workflow design ensures that the pathologist always has the results when they begin to review the slide, thereby saving valuable pathologist minutes in the lab.

Specifications

Minimum hardware requirements
Minimum hardware requirements
CPU
  • Dual-core @1.65GHz
RAM
  • 3GB of physical RAM memory
Screen Resolution
  • 1024x768
Browser
  • Firefox (latest), IE (latest), Chrome (latest)
Hard Drive
  • 240GB SATA
Operating system
  • Most recent web browser
Other software
  • A PDF reader (e.g. Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Connectivity
  • 100Mbit or 1Gbit Ethernet connection to internet/intranet
IntelliSite is an automated digital pathology image creation, management and analysis system comprising of an ultra-fast pathology slide scanner, an image management system and case viewer, this is complemented by advanced software tools to manage the scanning, storage, presentation, analysis, and sharing of information.
  • ¹ TissueMark is not for diagnostic, monitoring or therapeutic purposes or in any other manner for regular medical practice