Biomedical Imaging and Tissue Processing
TISSUEVISION'S MISSION IS TO MAKE THE TOOLS RESEARCHERS NEED TO DEVELOP LIFE-SAVING THERAPIES.
Next Generation Automated Whole Organ Imaging System
The TissueCyte 1600 FC is the culmination of a decade of development and innovation at TissueVision. The whole organ 3D imaging platform builds on the success of our proven TissueCyte 1000 system that is installed in laboratories worldwide.
It offers up to a 10X increase in imaging speed, an innovative high efficiency multi-focal optical system, and advanced tissue processing and slice collection. Its high throughput and 24/7 reliability makes it the perfect addition to individual labs all the way to imaging cores serving entire universities.
The Ultimate Whole Organ Imaging System
The TissueCyte can image multiple whole brain samples in parallel and in less time allowing rapid data acquisition.
The side-by-side results will allow you to quickly draw quantitative answers to your research questions.
Its reliability and quantitative output has made it the platform of choice for major science initiatives such as the Allen Brain Institute's Mouse Connectivity Atlas and the RIKEN Brain/MINDS project.
SlicePlacer is a first-in-class fully automated section capture module that integrates into the TissueCyte system.
The SlicePlacer module collects thin section from whole organs embedded in an agar block as it is being imaged and cut on the TissueCyte. The SlicePlacer automatically mounts the cut sections onto glass slides for further analysis. The SlicePlacer makes it possible to image entire organs and examine specific regions of interest in depth with immuno-histochemistry or other biomolecular tools instead of guessing where to find the relevant biology. This saves countless hours and allows researchers to focus on making discoveries instead of spending days cutting and mounting sections.
Please contact TissueVision for more information about the TissueCyte system and we can discuss how the system can further your specific research goals.