A Microscope Slide Scanner, also known as Digital Pathology Scanner or Digital Histology Slide Scanner, produces quick, reliable and high-resolution images of a glass slide. Pathologists, histologists, biologists, hematologists, vet experts or medical professionals now have the ability to scan single or often multiple slides. They can upload these images onto a network, iCloud store for remote access and collaboration among colleagues immediately or within a few minutes. Features may include remote control, real-time viewing, sharing, commenting, measurements, expert notes, reports, and many advanced software integration.
A Digital Pathology Scanning System may provide automated tissue slide imaging, counting and measurement for both fixed or live-cell assays. A microscopy system for slide scanning have modes for fluorescence, phase-contrast, polarizing and darkfield imaging. All slide scanners work for a standard size 1″x3″ (25x75mm) and some for double size 2″x3″ (50mm x75mm) , either glass or plastic slides with/without coverslips.
Digital slide scanners are widely used in pathology, histology, and biology applications for the purpose of digital imaging and analysis of tissue samples. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a digital slide scanner for these applications:
A digital slide scanning system is a specialized microscope that captures high-resolution digital images of whole microscope slides for pathology, histology, and biology applications. This technology allows researchers and clinicians to view and analyze virtual slides on a computer screen, instead of using a traditional microscope.
The system typically includes a high-resolution camera, motorized stage, and advanced imaging software that allows for rapid and precise scanning of entire slides. The resulting digital images can be viewed, analyzed, and shared with other researchers and clinicians for collaboration and diagnosis.
Digital slide scanning systems are commonly used in pathology for the diagnosis of cancer and other diseases. They enable pathologists to view and analyze digital slides remotely, which can be particularly useful in situations where specialists are not located in the same geographical area as the patient.
In addition to pathology, digital slide scanning systems are also used in histology and biology applications. Researchers can use the technology to capture high-quality images of tissue samples, which can be used for a variety of research purposes, including investigating disease mechanisms, developing new treatments, and studying the effects of drugs on tissue samples.
Overall, digital slide scanning systems are powerful tools for pathology, histology, and biology applications, allowing for high-resolution imaging and analysis of tissues and cells. They are widely used in research labs, hospitals, and clinics around the world.
There are so many digital slide scanner brands for pathology, histology, and biology applications in the market. It’s important to carefully evaluate your specific needs and choose a scanner that best fits your requirements.
Slide scanning system for mineralogy or geology slides is very similar to that of pathology slide scanner. It comes with a polarizer and rotating analyzer. Analyzers can be rotated from 0 to 90 degrees (and often to 360 degrees)manually or fully control with the software. A mineralogy slide scanner may have both transited and reflected lights while a pathology slide scanner uses transmitted light only.
Here are examples of customers who have tried our slide scanners:
|University of New South Wales (UNSW), Lowy Cancer Research Centre, Sydney NSW, Australia|
|DeCell Technologies, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada|
|Fluidigm Canada Inc., Markham, ON Canada|
|European Molecular Biology Lab (EMBL), Heidelberg, Germany|
|Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, Eemnes, Netherlands|
|ABCO Trading Company, Los Angeles, CA, USA|
|Cellogy Inc., Menlo Park, CA, USA|
|Gala Therapeutics, Menlo Park, CA, USA|
|Oregon National Primate Research Center, Beaverton, OR, US|
|University of Colorado, CU Dermatopathology Consultants, Aurora, CO, United States|