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  • Wednesday, 21 May 2014
Copan and MetaSystems GmbH are pleased to announce they have signed a global and exclusive agreement for the integration of automatic microscopy slide scanning system Metafer with the WASPLab™ microbiology specimen...
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  • Wednesday, 07 May 2014
With the opening of MetaSystems S.r.l. in Milano, Italy, MetaSystems continues its strategy to establish abroad offices to support local activities in selected regions of the world. Milan is the second-most populous city in...
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  • Friday, 15 February 2013
Since today a collection of demo images created with Metafer VSlide is available through a direct link to the new MetaSystems Demo Virtual Microscope Database (VMD). Images include human tissue sections, TMAs and plant and animal...
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  • Thursday, 25 October 2012
Visiopharm (www.visiopharm.com), a leading provider of Quantitative Digital Pathology solutions and MetaSystems, a leading provider of automated scanning and image analysis solutions for cytogenetics, cancer genetics, toxicology,...
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Metafer MetaCyte:

Aneuploidy Detection in Sperm

"An automated FISH scoring system can be effective in removing the "bottleneck" in the analysis of high numbers of cells while preserving the high rate of fidelity required. The MetaSystems cell analysis platform used in this study allowed for a rapid first analysis of sperm aneuploidy, requiring approximately 2 to 3 hours for five-color FISH in 5,000 cells. This phase of analysis requires approximately 10 hours of technician time over several days with use of conventional epifluorescence equipment."

Cited from:
Use of automated imaging and analysis technology for
the detection of aneuploidy in human sperm.

Douglas C. Carrell and Benjamin R. Emery, Fertility and Sterility 90:2 (2008) Read more ...