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Digital Histology Shared Resource

Brightfield Slide Scanning - 10425B MRB IV

Leica SCN400

The Leica SCN400 Slide Scanner is the perfect solution for the high-resolution imaging of whole slides in brightfield. It is a high-capacity robotic autoloading scanner capable of handling 384 slides per run. This makes the SCN400 ideal for large slide cohorts and tissue microarrays as well as providing a low-cost, high-resolution method to digitally archive histological slides. The DHSR also hosts a convenient, web-based digital slide-viewing environment called the Digital Image Hub (DIH). This easy to use digital slide box allows researchers to rapidly retrieve, review and annotate their scanned material in a digitally secure environment from any web browser. The DIH allows users to share images among colleagues, both at Vanderbilt and at other institutions, while the associated software packages provide complex algorithms for unbiased, automated image analysis and quantitation of immunostaining.

Service  
Leica SCN400 - 20X Brightfield Scanning  $9.50/slide
Leica SCN400 - 40X Brightfield Scanning  $16.00/slide
Ariol Analysis - Tissue Slide   $1.00/slide
Ariol Analysis - Tissue Micro Array   $5.00/TMA

 

*Prices reflect Vanderbilt in-house values. External customers will have a surcharge.

Shipping Address
     Digital Histology Shared Resource
     Vanderbilt University Medical Center
     10435-H MRB IV
     2213 Garland Ave.
     Nashville, TN  37232-0443

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