WHOLE TISSUE IMAGING AND ANALYSIS

About TissueVision Services

TISSUEVISION'S PRODUCTS AND SERVICES HAVE BEEN USED BY LEADING RESEARCH GROUPS AND INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE

Whole Tissue Imaging and Analysis 

TissueVision is based in Newton MA and was founded in 2005 by experts in the field of biomedical imaging and histological processing in the Biological & Mechanical Engineering Departments at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

 

The Company has received numerous patents and has been awarded multiple grants from the National Institutes for Health in recognition of its innovative tissue imaging and processing technologies.

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TissueVision's technology has been used to tackle previously unsolvable problems in fields ranging from cancer, fibrosis, to neuroscience. The scientific discoveries that have resulted from the Company's products have been featured in top scientific journals such as Nature, Neuron, PNAS, and Nature Methods.

 

In 2020 and 2021 TissueVision has seen continued recognition from the NIH for its innovative technology development with several NIH grants to push forward its imaging and tissue processing instrumentation.

3D TISSUE WHOLE TISSUE IMAGING STUDIES FOR NEW THERAPEUTICS FOR DISEASES.

We specialize in contract research for whole tissue imaging and analysis. 

TissueVision is an imaging solutions provider that works with researchers and companies to perform 3D whole tissue imaging studies to help develop new therapeutics for diseases.

 

We are capable of handling entire studies from animal husbandry through tissue labeling and image analysis. Customers can also prepare samples on their own and send us fixed tissues, which we will image and perform any desired analyses.

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Whole Alzheimer's mouse brain

Many of our studies are conducted on our TissueCyte™ platforms, which produces consistent, high-fidelity 3D multi-color images of whole organs and tissues that lend themselves well to quantitative analysis. The high throughput nature of our imaging pipeline makes it possible to conduct studies involving tens to hundreds of samples, delivering results with high statistical power and biomedical relevance.  Moreover, our process is non-destructive and produces high quality tissue sections that can be used for secondary analysis to investigating underlying biomolecular signatures.