[Histonet] digital image analysis systems

caron fournier caron_fournier <@t> yahoo.ca
Fri Dec 22 10:35:37 CST 2006

Dear Richard and Chen:
As David said there are many out there and no one does everything so the best way is the figure out specifically what you want it to be able to do and then get some demo's as you mentioned. If the company is any good they should be able to show you what their software can do with your specific data. If they can not do this then RUN because you will not get the support you want or need with these kind of complicated software packages. One of the one's that you may want to look at is Image Pro by Media Cybernetics (www.mediacy.com). This has biological as well as industrial applications but can be specially designed to your needs by the use of macros. It is (depending on the application) sometimes not user friendly but none of the high end applications are unless you know about image analysis and computers. This company though does have some very knowledgeable people and does run training courses regularly. But, the most important thing is to see if it works with your
 application and data and to see if the local rep knows what they are doing or you will be frustrated. They also have a users group forum like this one that you can pick other's brains on. Check it out.
Caron Fournier, BSc, R.T.

Department of Orthopaedics,

Division of Orthopaedic Engineering Research,



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Date: Sat, 9 Dec 2006 16:52:48 +1100
From: "David Finkelstein" <dfinkelstein <@t> mhri.edu.au>
Subject: [Histonet] RE: digital image analysis systems...
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Dear Richard  and Chen
It depends on what type of analysis you need to do.
I do not think there is one package that does all.  The commercial packages
can be very expensive and usually don't live up to expectation.
One of the best is free from NIH!!


If you let me know your specific need I can be a bit more specific.

David Finkelstein (PhD),
The Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria,
dfinkelstein <@t> mhri.edu.au

Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 11:56:26 -0500
From: "Chen, Shu-Cheng" <shu-cheng.chen <@t> spcorp.com>
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I am interested in this information too. Please include me in your
reply. Thanks.


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Hi all,

Just looking for feedback on image analysis systems that are out there.
I plan on demo-ing some and any info is welcome. Thanks!


Richard A. Breckenridge, HT(ASCP)

Technical Director/ Chief Histology Technician

University of Texas- Houston Medical School

Histology/ IHC Laboratory

Office 713-500-6792   IHC Lab 713-500-5096

Histology Lab 713-500-5363   FAX 713-500-0733

Email - Richard.Breckenridge <@t> uth.tmc.edu


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Date: Sat, 9 Dec 2006 12:40:16 -0500
From: "joseph pastore" <jpastor1 <@t> nycap.rr.com>
Subject: [Histonet] Lab Vision Detection System
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Has anyone had experience using the Lab Vision detection system. Am in the process of acquiering a IHC stainer on a reagent rental basis and its come down to either the Biocare Nemesis or the Lab Vision stainer. (Both are exactly the same. ) I am currently using the Biocare Mach 4 detection system and biocare and Dako antibodies, both of which I'm very happy with. I have had no experience with Lab Vision products and would hate to have to change my protocols to fit their products if they're inferior to Biocares. I'm at a VA hospital and am forced to go with GSA contract vendors. If I get a stainer now it would have to be Lab Vision as they have a GSA contract. I could also wait until Biocare gets a GSA which is what I'm thinking right now. Any comments on this????


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