The Great Lakes Cytogenomics Conference is held in May of each year in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Attendees from all over Canada and the USA come to share and discuss their experiences in the field of Clinical Laboratory Genetics and Cytogenomics. This conference is of particular interest to cytogenomicists, trainee fellows, and technologists working in the field.
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.
Maybe you can find a solution to your imaging automation problem here on this web site. We recommend starting your journey on the application pages, if you are not familiar with our product portfolio. In case you are, it may be easier to go directly to the page for the product you actually look for. Should you feel lost, please feel free to contact us or the MetaSystems partner in your country.
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Automated Evaluation of a Bladder Cancer Multiprobe-FISH Assay
"With the current report, we [...] share our experiences and describe the fundamental steps toward optimization of automated-spot counting using this complex, multitarget FISH assay. [...] The system was driven by Metafer 4.0 user-trainable software, consisting of MetaCyte and Isis modules [...], enabling cytogenetic investigations with various levels of automation. [...] The average difference between the rate of positive cells detected by manual and automated analysis was 3.20% (62.98%) and the correlation between the two data classes was strong (r = 0.9455). [...] In conclusion, it is possible to automate [...] evaluation using an adaptable, user-trainable system; diagnostic accuracy being generally comparable to manual analysis."
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MetaSystems Probes now has its own website. If you are looking for MetaSystems XCyting DNA Probes, please visit the MetaSystems Probes website.