automated cytology

automated cytology

A generic term for any of the technologies designed to reduce the labour-intensive components of cervical cytology screening.
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Solicitation: Automated cytology processing systeminstrumentation collection vials reagents filters slides and all disposables and consumables required for specimen processing.
His early career was spent developing automated cytology imaging systems at CSSIP in Australia in collaboration with Accumed International of Chicago.
the effectiveness and efficacy of the FocalPoint automated cytology system not
New technologies like these will bring to clinical labs of the future automated cytology workstations and flow microscopy and molecular microscopy techniques that require less specimen processing time and make possible the incorporation of DNA and protein array techniques.
The company's initial product, the AutoPap(R) 300 QC System, is an automated cytology rescreening device intended for use in both quality control and adjunct rescreening of Pap smear slides that have previously been classified as "normal" by a clinical laboratory.
our FocalPoint automated cytology screening offering to the NHS.
A pioneer in the use of automated cytology screening technology; ARUP originally offered the AutoPap 300 QC System in 1996 and introduced the AutoPap Primary Screening System in its facilities in 1998.
genomic platforms and the FocalPoint automated cytology screening system.
The invention includes a computer-controlled automated cytology system that characterizes a laboratory preparation process and a specimen collection process to produce control limits.
Founded in 1987, Cytyc Corporation is a leading innovator in the development of automated cytology products.
payment from an NHS customer for our FocalPoint automated cytology screening
This acquisition gives us ownership of some fundamental patents and technology in automated cytology," said Peter Gombrich, chairman and chief executive officer of AccuMed International.
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