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inForm Cell Analysis

inForm® Cell Analysis enables quantitative per cell analysis of immunohistochemistry (IHC), immunofluorescence (IF), and RNA in-situ hybridization, enabling the separation of weak and spectrally overlapping markers, in single and multiplex assays.

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Cell Analysis can phenotype cells based on their biomarker expression within cells, nuclei and membranes. It is designed for individual research groups or small tissue pathology studies.

Key Features: 

  • Enables tissues to be studied at the cellular level using the Cell/Object Segmentation functionality
  • Enhanced tools for more accurate cell segmentation
  • Visualizes, analyzes, quantifies and phenotypes immune and other cells in-situ in solid tissue
  • Pathology Views to render immunofluorescence images as H&E, DAB and hematoxylin
  • Automated quantitation of biomarker expression from specific tissue types (e.g. tumor/stroma)
  • Separates weakly expressing and overlapping markers
  • Batch processing of images using customizable image analysis workflows
  • Scoring (% positivity, 0/1+/2+/3+, co-localization and more)
  • Export data and images for further analysis, for example: TIBCO Spotfire® Analyst for Quantitative Pathology
  • Supports PerkinElmer’s Phenoptics workflow solution for cancer immunology research

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Application Note

Brochure

E-Book: Phenoptics Research Solutions

Discover how scientists are using Phenoptics™ research solutions to better visualize, analyze, quantify and phenotype immune cells in situ, in FFPE tissue sections and TMAs in this e-book.

PDF 4 MB

Opal Multiplex IHC Assay Development Guide

Poster

Poster: Automated staining assay for probing the tumor microenvironment using fluorescent multiplex immunohistochemistry

Learn how to fully automate a staining assay for probing the tumor microenvironment using fluorescent multiplex immunohistochemistry from this poster

PDF 1 MB
Poster: Charting the Tumor Microenvironment

Learn how components of the tumor microenvironment and their interplay are essential in targeting tumor growth and metastasis in this poster.

PDF 3 MB

Product Information Bulletin

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Scientific Paper