At Visikol, we specialize in advanced biological image analysis services, and one of our core offerings is Cell Population Analysis. Our comprehensive analysis techniques revolutionize the way you analyze histological sections, enabling accurate cell segmentation and precise quantification of marker positivity within cells.
Quantifying the total number of cells within histological sections is a crucial measure in various applications, but manual cell counting is laborious, error-prone, and subject to biases. Our computerized image analysis solution provides a reliable and efficient method for establishing accurate cell counts. Whether you need to quantify cells within tumor boundaries, assess hormone receptor positivity, or measure immune infiltration such as T-cells or polarized macrophages within a tumor, our services offer comprehensive assessments on histological sections.
Immunohistochemistry (IHC), whether chromogenic or fluorescence, is a widely used technique for determining cell populations, evaluating disease markers, and assessing the effects of drug treatments on tissues. Traditionally, the analysis of IHC slides relied on subjective evaluations by pathologists, often utilizing scoring systems to indicate the presence or absence of specific markers. However, with our modern computational techniques and advanced image processing capabilities, we can accomplish quantitative analysis on large numbers of tissue sections in a fraction of the time.
At Visikol, we offer a suite of services for the quantification and analysis of H&E and IHC sections, allowing you to examine the extent and distribution of disease-relevant cells with precision. Our automated image processing techniques enable the breakdown of subpopulations of cells, determination of coincidences and spatial relationships between cell types, and evaluation of protein expression changes in specific cell types, among many other possibilities.