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  • 19
     FEB

    19. February 2024

    Key Applications of TMA Samples in Tissue-Based Research


    In research and clinical diagnosis, tissue microarrays (TMA) have become a standard technique. One advantage of TMAs is that they allow the high-throughput analysis of 10th to hundreds of patient samples in a single block/on a single

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  • 12
     FEB

    12. February 2024

    Exploring the Tissue Microenvironment with High-throughput Cytometers


    Understanding the interactions of cellular, multi-cellular, and non-cellular components that make up our tissues is an important foundation of medical research. Information on the components, spatial relationships, and molecular exchanges in tissue microenvironments is central to disease research

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  • 22
     NOV

    22. November 2023

    New Frontiers: TissueGnostics GmbH presented by Planet TV Studios


    Planet TV Studios present TissueGnostics GmbH and its day-to-day operations discussing topics of business in science with Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO TissueGnostics, as well as portraying what scientists using TissueGnostics' solutions have to say.

    Watch here
  • 13
     NOV

    13. November 2023

    Immunofluorescence Image Analysis: The Future of Tissue Cytometry


    In biomedical research, techniques like immunofluorescence staining combined with tissue cytometry have emerged as powerful tools for studying cellular structures, protein expression, and interactions in-situ within tissue samples. These techniques provide valuable insights into cellular function and

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  • 10
     NOV

    10. November 2023

    Medianet Interview: How a Vienna Start-Up Became a Global Player in Biomedicine


    Rupert Ecker, Asia / Pacific Managing Director Wu Hai and Scientist Jyotsna Batra of the Translational Research Institute of the Queensland University of Technology, Australia gave an interview for Medianet discussing business in science.

    Watch here
  • 08
     NOV

    08. November 2023

    Does Precision Medicine Represent a Healthcare Revolution?


    Precision medicine is a rapidly growing field in healthcare that aims to provide personalised treatment and care to patients based on their individual medical history. This approach has the potential to revolutionise the way we think about healthcare

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  • 31
     OCT

    31. October 2023

    We welcome TissueGnostics Australia!


    We are glad to share exciting news: TissueGnostics Global welcomes our newest family member – TissueGnostics Australia Pty Ltd! The new subsidiary was founded in October 2023 and is located in Brisbane, Queensland.

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  • 23
     OCT

    23. October 2023

    Understanding the Challenges of Immunofluorescence Image Analysis


    Tissue samples are highly complex in their structure. This complexity makes screening samples for signs of immune modulation as a result of disease and for understanding new therapeutic pathways a very challenging task, but one that offers a

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  • 09
     OCT

    09. October 2023

    Revolutionizing Tissue Analysis: Image-Based Cytometry


    Image-based cytometry is rapidly revolutionizing tissue analysis. It is a technique that combines fluorescent microscopy and features of conventional flow cytometry to rapidly characterize individual cell populations in the native tissue environment. This process provides valuable insights into cell characteristics

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  • 11
     SEP

    11. September 2023

    World's Leaders Magazine: Dr. Rupert Ecker is among the 𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐥𝐝'𝐬 𝐕𝐢𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐫𝐲 𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐭𝐡𝐜𝐚𝐫𝐞 𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐩𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐞𝐮𝐫𝐬 𝐭𝐨 𝐖𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡 𝐢𝐧 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟑


    Dr. Rupert Ecker, the distinguished CEO of TissueGnostics, has achieved a remarkable milestone by gracing the cover of the 𝙒𝙤𝙧𝙡𝙙’𝙨 𝙇𝙚𝙖𝙙𝙚𝙧𝙨 𝙈𝙖𝙜𝙖𝙯𝙞𝙣𝙚.

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  • 06
     SEP

    06. September 2023

    The CIO Today: Dr. Rupert Ecker is recognized as one of most impactful leaders in healthcare 2023


    Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO TissueGnostics, was nominated as one of the most impactful leaders in healthcare in 2023 by The CIO Today journal. 

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  • 30
     AUG

    30. August 2023

    What is Multiplexing & How does it Work?


    Multiplexing combines multiple measurements in a single experiment. In tissue cytometry, multiplexing involves using multiple fluorophores that emit at different wavelengths or even multiple de-/staining rounds and thereby increase the number of markers that can be visualized.

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  • 27
     JUN

    27. June 2023

    HealthCare Insights: TissueGnostics as Company of the Year 2023


    TissueGnostics was nominated as Company of the Year by HealthCare Insights magazine. Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO of TissueGnostics, also gave an interview about company's history and future outlooks.

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  • 26
     JUN

    26. June 2023

    Multiplexing Techniques as Useful Tools for High-Content Phenotyping


    High-content phenotyping is one of the key tools in establishing genotype-to-phenotype links and understanding the degree of plasticity a particular phenotype has. 1 ­ There are some thoughts that phenotypic plasticity may play a role in the

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  • 21
     JUN

    21. June 2023

    MedTech Outlook: TissueGnostics as Top Pathology Solutions Provider 2023


    We are delighted to be featured in the new article of Medical Tech Outlook! Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO of TissueGnostics, talks about the use of computational microscopy in the pathology field in the interview for the journal.

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  • 12
     JUN

    12. June 2023

    White paper: Activated Erk 1/2 Kinases Decrease Cell Viability Caused by Erastin in HNSCC


    The study correlated xCT activity in HNSCC cancer samples within the cell with patient survival rates to determine whether this molecule can serve as a potential therapeutic target in HNSCC patients.

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  • 17
     MAY

    17. May 2023

    An Intro to Deep Learning in Biomedical Imaging


    Modern microscopy methods can provide an overwhelming amount of information in a single experiment. With multiwavelength emissive probes and enhanced 3D or Z stack imaging capabilities, image analysis in biomedical imaging has become an increasingly complex and

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  • 24
     APR

    24. April 2023

    Genetic Complexity of Hormone Sensitive Cancers


    Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO of TissueGnostics, and Dr. Jyotsna Batra, QUT, participated in publishing a book on cancer genetics as co-guest editors. The book covers methods and new insights in cancer biology and is available for free to read.

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  • 19
     APR

    19. April 2023

    Biomedical Image Analysis Applications: Spheroids, Organoids & Embryoid Body Analysis


    Spheroids, organoids and embryoid bodies are highly valuable 3D culture techniques that are widely used in research for all different kinds of applications. Combined with biomedical imaging and image analysis, those 3D cultures can give

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  • 04
     APR

    04. Apr 2023

    White paper: In-Depth Immune Checkpoint Analysis of Glioma at Transcript and Protein Level


    Glioma is the most common type of malignant brain tumor and is associated with high morbidity and mortality. To better understand the relationship between phenotype and transcript-level changes in glioma, the team looked at

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  • 28
     MAR

    28. March 2023

    TissueGnostics GmbH: A Trendsetter for Automated Microscopy and Tissue Cytometry


    Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO of TissueGnostics, participated in the interview for Insightscare Magazine, where he talks about company's history and future insights.

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  • 15
     MAR

    15. March 2023

    PhD position at TissueGnostics and Erasmus MC for a microbiology project


    The European Doctoral Network ‘SSBB’ is offering a PhD position in the area of ‘novel antimicrobial approaches to combat multidrug-resistant bacteria’, which will start in June 2023. 

    Apply here
  • 06
     MAR

    06. March 2023

    How Tissue Microarray Analysis (TMA) Impacts Tumor Immunology


    There are a multitude of methods to study tumor immunology such as qPCR, FACS, or in-situ stainings of tissue sections. Tissue microarrays (TMA) are small tissue sections used in research and clinics for the analysis of all

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  • 13
     FEB

    13. February 2023

    TG Academy Webinar - The Effects of Stem Cell Transplantation on Skin Microorganisms


    Nadine Bayer, PhD , presents her paper “Disturbances in microbial skin recolonization and cutaneous immune response following allogeneic stem cell transfer”, which was recently published in the high-impact journal Stem Cell Transplantation.

    Watch here
  • 06
     FEB

    06. February 2022

    Using FISH Evaluations to Detect Genetic Aberrations in Medicine


    Fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH) is a cytology method that uses a hybridizing DNA probe and either direct or indirect labeling to detect genes of interest or genetic abnormalities in cells resulting from gene fusion or an

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  • 30
     JAN

    30. January 2023

    TissueGnostics is a sponsor of Africa Microscopy Initiative (AMI)


    TG is a member of the Euro BioImaging Industry Board - on the the Africa Microscopy Initiative (AMI) funded by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation. Read more below.

    ... Read here
  • 23
     JAN

    23. January 2023

    TissueGnostics cooperates with Brazilian Society of Microscopy and Microanalysis (SBMM)


    TissueGnostics is pleased to announce that we have become a new associated company of the Brazilian Society of Microscopy and Microanalysis (SBMM). Read more about the goals of the partnership below.

    .... Read here
  • 23
     JAN

    23. January 2023

    An Introduction to Spatial Tissue Cytometry


    Cytometry encompasses several methods for investigating cells, such as their count, cell cycle state, phenotype, morphology, size etc. The main goal of cytometry is to characterize individual cells. Although flow cytometry is frequently used to obtain this data, the

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  • 15
     FEB

    15. February 2022

    Applications of AI in Cell Segmentation


    Cell segmentation is a method for quantifying the number of cells within a tissue section or a given area. Cell segmentation is the basis of all tissue cytometry analyses, including FISH/CISH/RNAscope detection, in-depth phenotyping, and spatial analysis. Therefore, accurate

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  • 18
     JAN

    18. January 2023

    Understanding the Different Types of FISH Evaluations


    Advanced and robust in-situ hybridization techniques are required to study the genetics of cell and molecular biology both accurately and efficiently. Fluorescence in-situ hybridization – abbreviated FISH – was developed to enable researchers to analyze the genetics of cells by

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  • 12
     DEC

    12. December 2022

    Spatial Tissue Cytometry: Success Stories


    In the article for Eurolab magazine, Anastasiia Marchuk and Felicitas Mungenast (TG) discuss how tissue cytometry can help to unravel the complexity of cellular populations in the tissue environment. Read the artcile to know more about present applications.

    Read here
  • 28
     NOV

    28. November 2022

    How FISH Image Analysis Factors into Next-Gen Digital Pathology


    Acquisition, management, dissemination, and interpretation of pathology data, including data and slides, are all included in digital pathology. Whole tissue samples are acquired using slide scanners to produce digital slides, which are high-resolution digital images that

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  • 08
     NOV

    08. November 2022

    TissueGnostics booth is featured in ELMI 2022 press release


    ELMI organisators talk about the international ELMI (European Light Microscopy Initiative) conference, where TissueGnostics team also took part in, and impressions of participants from it.

    ... Read here
  • 08
     NOV

    08. November 2022

    TG Academy Webinar - Quantitative Image-based Cytometry: Focus on the Foci!


    Prof. Nicolas C. Hoch, University of Sao Paulo, is presenting his research on signaling and repair of DNA damage, utilizing the power of TissueFAXS i PLUS slide scanning and the high-end image analysis solution, StrataQuest.

    Watch here
  • 19
     OCT

    19. October 2022

    Centre of Excellence: Medizinische Universität Wien's Institute of Pathophysiology and Allergy Research


    The research facility at MedUni Vienna's Centre for Pathophysiology, Infectiology and Immunology has thus been recognised by TissueGnostics as a global leader in the use of this technology, known as the TissueFAXS platform.

    .... Read here
  • 19
     OCT

    19. October 2022

    How Cell Counting Algorithms Work


    Cell counting underpins much of biomedical research. Yet it is a complex process that requires sophisticated computer technology to yield accurate results in a time efficient manner To do so, scientists rely on artificial intelligence, such as machine learning, to

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  • 12
     OCT

    12. October 2022

    TissueFAXS Chroma and StrataQuest analysis to identify potential targets for therapies against colorectal liver metastases


    One novel approach in cancer treatment is to target the anti or pro tumoral immune response.It has been reported that CD103+CD39+CD8+ TRM cells are present at higher levels in CRLM

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  • 12
     OCT

    12. October 2022

    How Deep Learning is Used for Cell Counting


    The process of cell counting is important to biomedical research as it can reveal valuable information about single cells, populations of cells, and cell dynamics and furthermore it is the basis of more sophisticated tissue cytometry workflows.

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  • 28
     SEP

    28. September 2022

    How Does Imaging Mass Cytometry Work?


    Visualization of tissue samples in biomedical research is necessary for drawing informative conclusions. Imaging techniques are valuable in providing this visualization, especially on microscales that are difficult to characterize and quantify without powerful technology.

    The in-depth study of cellular

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  • 19
     SEP

    19. September 2022

    What is Imaging Mass Cytometry?


    Powerfully advanced techniques are required to determine the properties of special cellular subpopulations in their native tissue environment. Mass cytometry is one such technology, allowing the identification of cellular phenotypes with antibody markers for further analysis. Two types of recent

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  • 01
     SEP

    01. September 2022

    What is Spatial Phenotyping?


    The context through which biomedical scientists analyze cellular phenotypes within tissues determines the type of information that will come out of the laboratory. Spatial biology is one such context in which biological studies can be conducted and is particularly impactful in

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  • 22
     AUG

    22. August 2022

    Webinar - Tissue Cytometry with AI – Short Presentation at the ELMI 2022, Turku

    Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO of TissueGnostics, gives a short introduction of TissueGnostics’ tissue cytometry solutions with the main focus on immunophenotyping and spatial analysis of the tumor microenvironment in situ.

    Watch here
  • 29
     JUN

    29. June 2022

    Understanding the Tumour Immune Microenvironment


    Biomedicine relies heavily on understanding the immune system on a microscopic level. Specifically, regarding cancer treatments, the investigation into the tumour immune microenvironment is paramount in developing effective new treatment strategies for the debilitating disease. The tumour immune microenvironment includes

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  • 27
     JUN

    27. June 2021

    Webinar - Exploring the World of Multiplexing IF in Human Immune System Studies, ELMI 2022

    Dr. Thomas Diefenbach, The Ragon Institute Boston, presents various approaches for multiplexing IF, utilizing the power of TissueFAXS high-throughput automated slide scanning and StrataQuest powered high-end image analysis.

    ...Watch here
  • 15
     JUN

    15. June 2022

    Comprehensive Tissue Cytometry Analysis of CD3+ T cells in Lungs of COVID-19 Patients


    The appearance of a novel human coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) in 2019 resulted in a global pandemic that caused social and economic devastation worldwide. Infection with SARS-CoV-2 has a highly heterogenous presentation.

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  • 08
     JUN

    08. June 2022

    How to Carry Out Complex Characterization of the Tissue Microenvironment


    Histology, or the study of tissues, is a valuable realm of research that underpins a plethora of biomedical innovations today. Much of the work in life sciences rely on biological samples such as tissues in

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  • 25
     MAY

    25. May 2022

    What is Tissue Microenvironment Analysis?


    Tissues, representing an interactive community of various cell types, underpin much of biomedical and health research and can give an important insight into development, progress and therapy of diseases. Performing tissue microenvironment analysis, to dissect cellular components and their interactions,

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  • 17
     MAY

    17. May 2022

    The Importance of Immunophenotyping in Research and Pathology


    In the special edition of Trillium Diagnostik journal Dr. Felicitas Mungenast and Alexander Stickler-Barang discuss the importance of immunophenotyping in tissue sections for the diagnosis of various diseases. The arcticle is available in German.

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  • 13
     MAY

    13. May 2022

    Using Single Cell Analysis in COVID-19 Immunity Studies


    Researchers have attempted to tackle COVID-19 from various angles. One of the most useful and impactful ways in which biomedical scientists investigate the disease is through studies on the immune system. Immunity studies provide information directly applicable

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  • 11
     MAY

    11. May 2022

    Exploring Populations of B and T Cells in Lymph Nodes of Patients Diagnosed with COVID-19 via Microscopy and Image Analysis


    Dr. T. Diefenbach in his zoom webinar discusses the work he and his colleagues conducted at the Ragon Insitute in Boston where the dynamics of

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  • 4
     MAY

    4. May 2022

    IBEX and StrataQuest image analysis compatibility


    One of the challenges of imaging tissue sections is dealing with their diverse composition. The human body contains hundreds of different cell phenotypes, with many more to be discovered. 

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  • 21
     APR

    21. April 2022

    The Diagnostic Potential of Image Cytometry


    Image cytometry is a method that uses imaging as well as image analysis to extract quantitative information from stained cells/tissues. Image cytometry is frequently used alongside flow cytometry and provides deep insight of cell/tissue morphology and cell-cell interactions whilst

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  • 13
     APR

    13. April 2022

    AI & Healthcare – from Hype to Sustainability: A Global Outlook


    As the AI hype in the life science industry slowly fades away, AI technologies have formed a solid basis for current solutions and future developments. Experts from TG’s global network discuss in the new Dossier

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  • 10
     FEB

    10. February 2022

    PD-L1 Raises New Hope in the Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis


    Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) caused by infection with the Leishmania protozoan is endemic in Sri Lanka. The disease is transmitted by the sandfly and causes widespread burden due to the social stigma causing sufferers to be

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  • 25
     JAN

    25. January 2022

    A New Era of Digital Pathology Begins as FDA Approves First AI-Based Tool for Cancer


    The digitization of stained tissue samples, the visual analysis and communication of data involving disease research and clinics through digital mediums is referred to as digital pathology. It can be

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  • 07
     DEC

    07. December 2021

    What is Multispectral Cytometry?


    What is multispectral flow cytometry?
    Multispectral flow cytometry is an analytical technique that allows the measurement of fluorescence or Raman spectra from individual cells in suspension. Building on the technology used in conventional flow cytometry, multispectral cytometry deals with a spectral

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  • 09
     NOV

    09. November 2021

    What is Quantitative Histopathology?


    Histopathology is the scientific branch focusing on assessment of diseases by examining stained biological tissue sections, particularly in human subjects. This field can give immense insight into biological and medical areas of study. With advancing technology and innovative capabilities, laboratories can

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  • 03
     NOV

    03. November 2021

    Webinar - From Tissue Classification to Proximity Measurement - Why Use AI Software in Histopathology Research?


    This was a collaborative webinar series with PreciPoint GmbH focusing on AI assisted image analysis. The purpose of this webinar series is to explain AI software to new and upcoming AI

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  • 25
     OCT

    25. October 2021

    Prognostic and Predictive Biomarker Detection in Colorectal Cancer


    Colorectal cancer is uncontrolled and is therefore pathological cell growth originating either within the colon or rectum of the body. One of the most common types of cancer, colorectal cancer, made up almost 2 million new diagnoses

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  • 14
     OCT

    14. October 2021

    Confocal Slide Scanners: Specifications & RFQs


    High resolution microscopy relies heavily on efficient confocal slide scanners to accurately and speedily image markers/target components within cells. Confocal slide scanners ensure high resolution visualization of fluorescent biomarkers within cell and tissue structures, a crucial technique in biomedical

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  • 07
     OCT

    07. October 2021

    Webinar - Characterization of the foreign body reaction to polypropylene surgical meshes in the human abdomen


    Dr. Axel Dievernich (RWTH Aachen) presents the results of his recently published paper. It addresses the characterization of the adaptive and innate immune cells involved in foreign human body reaction.

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  • 04
     OCT

    04. October 2021

    White Paper Enhancing CAR-T Cell Therapy for Glioblastoma


    Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation have formed the mainstay of cancer therapy for many years. However, in addition to destroying tumor cells, these treatments are detrimental to healthy cells giving rise to side effects, which can be severe.

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  • 30
    SEP

    30. September 2021

    Upcoming Webinar Series with Precipoint


    TG is hosting together with Precipoint an exiting webinar series entitled "From Tissue Classification to Proximity Measurement". The purpose of this webinar series is to explain AI software to new and upcoming AI users in the context of pathology research.

    Sign Up for Part 1
  • 21
     SEP

    21. September 2021

    White Paper - Redefine the Transcriptional and Epigenetic Signature of Tissue-Associated Regulatory T Cells


    Recently Delacher and colleagues were able to redefine the transcriptional and epigenetic signature of tissue-associated regulatory T cells (Treg) in mice and humans (Delacher et al. 2021). They could demonstrate, that Treg

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  • 20
    SEP

    20. September 2021

    Suite 7.1 of Image Cytometry Software


    The next iteration of the TissueFAXS suite (7.1) has arrived. Discover all the new optimizations in TissueFAXS imaging software and exciting new AI features in  StrataQuest , TissueQuest , and  HistoQuest.

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  • 15
    SEP

    15. September 2021

    Editorial - Automation in Multiplexing


    Alex Barang, responsible for International Sales & Business Development at TissueGnostics, contributed recently to an Biocompare editorial about 'Automation in Multiplexing'. 

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  • 09
    SEP

    09. September 2021

    Webinar - Imaging & Quantifying Immune Cell Infiltration in Murine Models of Liver Failure


    Dr. Gregory CG Hugenholtz, Deptartment of Surgery, University Medical Center Groningen, talks about "TAFI deficiency promotes liver damage in murine models of liver failure through defective down-regulation of hepatic inflammation". TissueGnostics brightfield

    Watch here
  • 07
     SEP

    07. September 2021

    High-Speed Multispectral Imaging: TissueFAXS CHROMA


    TissueGnostics is proud to announce a new member of the TissueFAXS series, the TissueFAXS CHROMA. This system specializes in automated multispectral fluorescence whole slide scanning for up to 7 markers at a time. This cost-effective high-speed slide scanner reaches its

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  • 15
     JUL

    15. July 2021

    What is Whole Slide Confocal Imaging?


    Whole slide imaging, sometimes known as virtual microscopy or digital pathology, involves the scanning of a tissue section on a slide to create a digital reconstruction of the entire tissue section by stitching the single fields of view together.

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  • 06
    JUL

    06. July 2021

    White Paper - Evaluating the Nature of Immune Responses to Implanted Polypropylene Mesh


    Surgical mesh is used in a range of tissue repair procedures to stabilize and strengthen soft tissue defects or to support prolapsed organs and viscera. One of their most common applications is hernia

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  • 01
    JUL

    01. July 2021

    Webinar - The spatial dynamics of the TIME


    Dr. Kim RM Blenman, Yale School of Medicine, USA, presents ’The spatial dynamics of the human tumor immune microenvironment (TIME)' at the EACR Congress 2021 (TissueGnostics sponsored Industry Symposium).

    ... Watch here
  • 04
     JUN

    04. June 2021

    AI in Tissue Cytometry


    Alex Barang and Felicitas Mungenast (TissueGnostics) wrote an article for euroLab magazine about tissue cytometry in the scope of precision medicine. Futher they focused on how AI can enhance tissue cytometry and how tissue cytometry can enrich your reserach. 

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  • 25
    MAY

    25. May 2021

    Webinar - Tissue Cytometry assisted Metabolic Imaging in Skin


    Prof. Florian Gruber and Christopher Kremslehner, MSc from Medical University of Vienna introduce their newly developed Metabolic Imaging strategy published in the journal Redox Biology. TissueFAXS i PLUS and StrataQuest are integrated into the presented Metabolic Imaging

    Watch here
  • 20
     MAY

    20. May 2021

    Tissue Cytometry Vs. Flow Cytometry: What's the Difference?


    Cytometric methods are used by biomolecular researchers looking for insights into cell size, count, cycle, and morphology. They are also used to measure key cellular constituents (i.e. DNA content). The broad goal of cytometry is to obtain

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  • 18
    MAY

    18. May 2021

    CALL FOR PAPERS – Frontiers in Medicine


    Dr. Rupert Ecker, CEO, and Felicitas Mungenast, Product Specialist at TissueGnostics, are privileged to edit a Special Issue ‘ Current Advances in Precision Microscopy’ of the journal Frontiers in Medicine together with Prof. Jyotsna Batra and Dr. Quan Nguyen.

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  •  MAY

    04. May 2021

    Machine Learning Tissue Classifier from TissueGnostics


    Healthcare systems stand to gain much from the application of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms. Currently, these cutting-edge technologies are deployed in medical applications in a fairly limited way; usually to complement the abilities of healthcare and surgical

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  •  APR

    14. April 2021

    Immunophenotyping of Tissues Using Digital Techniques


    What is Immunophenotyping?
    Immunophenotyping refers to the identification of specific phenotypic cells using markers or antigens which are present on the cell’s surface, cytoplasm, or within the nucleus. It aids the classification of cell lineage using antibodies targeting specific

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  •  MAR

    18. March 2021

    Next-Generation Image Analysis Software for Digital Pathology


    What is Digital Pathology?
    Digital pathology refers to the acquisition, management, sharing, and interpretation of information relating to pathology, such as data and slides, in a digital medium. Glass slides are captured with a scanning device to create

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  • MAR

    03. March 2021

    Webinar - In-situ Immunophenotyping in graft-versus host disease


    Dr. Johanna Strobl, PhD, from the Medical University of Vienna, Austria, talks about her recently published study addressing host-derived skin-resident memory T cells as potential players in human graft versus host disease.

    ...Watch here

  •  FEB

    25. February 2021

    A Brief Introduction to Automated Tissue Classification


    What is Tissue Classification?
    Tissues are groups of cells in close proximity to one another which are organized to carry out one or more specific functions. There are four tissue classifications which are characterized by their morphology and

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