Tissue Studio® is the gold standard in tissue image analysis and provides researchers with a comprehensive, out-of-the-box software solution for the automated analysis of tissue images. Tissue Studio® is known for its ability to overcome biological heterogeneity and staining variation to accurately detect regions of interest and distinguish cell types and cell subtypes within target regions across any number of tissue slides. To expand upon its powerful analysis capabilities, Definiens has recently updated Tissue Studio® to version 4.1, which doubles the speed of image processing. With this significant performance improvement, all Tissue Studio® users can attain their comprehensive tissue data faster allowing for scientific questions to be answered quicker.Read More
Definiens is happy to announce it has re-positioned its industry leading image analysis software to make it easier to configure and scale for research & discovery and preclinical applications. As The Tissue Phenomics® Company, Definiens has renamed its traditional software offering to reflect its Tissue Phenomics® roots – Tissue Phenomics® Software.Read More
With the new releases of Tissue Studio® 4.0, Developer XD 2.3, and Image Miner® 2.3, Definiens is providing you with an updated suite of leading image analysis software. The new updates contain improvements to help address your changing tissue analysis performance needs through customizable configurations and add-ons for interactive data review, quality control, and data mining.
Tissue Studio® 4.0
If you are a scientist performing research and discovery and preclinical studies, Tissue Studio® opens up new dimensions in your tissue quantification. By providing morphological fingerprints and biomarker expression profiles on a cell-by-cell basis, Tissue Studio® enables you to achieve comprehensive and consistent data from any tissue-based assay. This latest version of Tissue Studio® also enables you to... use any chromogen for single or dual stain immunohistochemistry (IHC). If you have a need for tissue analysis where various cell types and cell subtypes need to be identified with respect to one another, you can easily utilize any two IHC stains of your choice to detect and quantify different cell populations.