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HOW PROTEIN ARRAYS IMPROVE CANCER THERAPEUTICS?

Cancer is a complex degenerative disease needing for rapid and precise diagnosis. Cancer disease is characterized by heterogeneous and changing phenotypes continuously progressing through different clinical stages. As a global approach, personalized medicine aims at integrating diagnosis with therapy. To do so, it is necessary to get as much information as possible about patient genetics…

MEDICA 2021

Innopsys will attend to MEDICA 2021 show from November 15th to November 18th. Find us Hall 3.  

InnoScan scanners for scanning OGT’s CytoSure arrays available via Sysmex in Spain.

Innopsys is proud to announce the commercial partnering with Sysmex Spain for the commercialization of a full package including the CytoSure aCGH arrays and the InnoScan scanners. This collaboration takes place as part of a longtime patterning with Oxford Gene Technology, and corroborates the use of the InnoScan scanners as the first choice to scan…

Mapix v9.0.0 released

Mapix software manages microarray image acquisition and analysis. Version 9.0.0 includes the gridding of rectangular and square features in addition to the classical circular spots. In order to address user’s requirements in the analysis of high density peptide arrays, Mapix is now able to manage global background calculation, based on an area defined by the…

FLUORESCENCE IMAGING: WHAT IS IT?

The English physicist George Gabriel Stokes coined the term fluorescence in 1852. He observed blue light emitted by fluorite crystals (calcium fluoride) illuminated by ultraviolet light. Even if the emission was related to impurities in the crystals, the term ‘fluorite’ inspired Stokes to name this phenomenon.   The biological and biomedical sciences use fluorescence physical…

WE WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!

WHOLE SLIDE IMAGING – FROM THE MICROSCOPE GLASS SLIDE TO THE DIGITAL IMAGES

Digital pathology (DP), also known as virtual microscopy or whole slide imaging (WSI), is an alternative to conventional microscopy. Beyond enabling a fully digital workflow for anatomical pathology departments, this technology consists of digitizing a glass slide to produce a digital image.  This technology therefore meets the needs of microscope users who seek to visualize…

SOCIETE FRANCAISE DE NEUROCHIRURGIE

Palais des Congrès Le Grand Large – Saint-Malo – FRANCE 14 – 16 Octobre 2020    

INNOSCAN THAI PARTNERSHIP

We are glad to anounced our collaboration with PRIMA SCIENTIFIC. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. That is why we entrust the distribution of our InnoScan product and software to Prima Scientific. They supply high quality products and service to Life Science and Molecular Diagnostics laboratories in Thailand. In 2019,Thailand ranks world’s 6th, and…

SELECTIVE DORSAL RHIZOTOMY

Selective dorsal rhizotomy performed by Dr Anthony JOUD and Pr. Marc SINDOU at the Paediatric Neurosurgery Department of the CHRU de Nancy. Abnormal nerve responses are isolated and partially cut , using among other, straight bipolar probe and Nimbus i-Care device form INNOPSYS. The Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy Procedure Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) involves sectioning of some of…