As with all previous ICRR International Congresses, ICRR 2019 provides a broad dialogue platform for those working within radiation research and related fields. The scientific programme will be designed to engage researchers across all disciplines and to facilitate the development of multidisciplinary collaboration and interaction.
Innovative Solutions for Automated Imaging
Since 1986 MetaSystems has been designing and manufacturing systems for computerized automated microscopic imaging. From the very beginning, the close relationship to the end user has been an essential part of the MetaSystems philosophy. The following three decades have revealed that this was a successful strategy; from humble beginnings, MetaSystems has grown into a leading solution provider which still remains connected to its strong roots.
MetaSystems’ latest innovation, Neon, is a dynamic, modern imaging platform which reliably manages cases, images, and results from single workstation environments to large multi-user, multi-site installations. The Neon imaging platform ensures that all relevant information is accessible whenever needed.
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Aneuploid CTC and CEC
Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are cancer cells shed from primary or metastatic solid tumors into peripheral blood, whereas circulating endothelial cells (CECs) are derived from endothelial cells (ECs) of blood vessels into circulation. Clinical relevance of CTCs in tumor metastasis and prognosis [...], CECs in tumor angiogenesis [...], and CEC clusters in carcinoma [...] have been substantially discussed elsewhere. [...] Detection of circulating rare cells (CRCs), including both CTCs and CECs, is the most representative of liquid biopsy due to its unique availability of frequent and non-invasive detecting tumor cells in carcinoma patients. [...] Somatic aneuploidy is the most common characteristic of human carcinomas [...]. Approximately 90% of solid tumors and 75% of hematological carcinomas exhibit aneuploidy [...]. In particular, aneuploid chromosome 8 (Chr 8) was observed in neoplasm cells of several solid tumors, including lung, gastric, pancreatic, colon, bladder, esophageal, and hepatocellular carcinomas, etc. [...]. [...] The established SE-iFISH strategy, facilitated by the newly developed Metafer-iFISH [...] automated CRC image scanning and analysis system [...], provides a unique comprehensive platform to effectively detect, phenotypically and karyotypically characterize CRCs with cytogenetic abnormalities of chromosome aneuploidy or gene rearrangements (such as ALK gene) in situ, in both patients and PDX tumor animal models.
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OOO MetaSystems Russia on the International Scientific Congress 'Genetics of XXI Century'
The Congress 'Genetics of XXI Century' in Moscow, Russia (May 2019) has been one of the most important events for the professional international community of geneticists. Our partner company in Russia OOO MetaSystems considered it a good occasion to present the new camera CoolCube 4 connected to a state-of-the-art Neon system to the public.
Workshop by OOO MetaSystems Russia on Neuromorphology
N.N.Burdenko National Scientific and Practical Center for Neurosurgery is one of the first MetaSystems’ customers in Russia who implemented FISH on tissues into their daily practice ( in the late 90ies). Our partner in Russia, OOO MetaSystems therefore provides comprehensive support of all initiatives shown by the head of pathology lab and its staff.