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AI Powered Pathology and Spatial Genomics: a Precision Medicine Approach

Spatial genomics and digital pathology continue to evolve at a rapid pace, generating large amounts of data. There is a critical unmet need for advanced tools to expedite spatial data generation, visualization, and analysis to facilitate an improved understanding of health and disease, especially with the development of personalized cancer treatments. In this study we …

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Poster – Analysis of a NASH Mouse Model Using Artificial Intelligence

In a unique collaboration between multiple companies, Reveal has applied deep learning-based models to validate a diet-induced mouse NASH model that can be utilized in directed research studies for therapeutic drug development. Along with the white paper summarizing the mouse model validation, we prepared a poster to be presented at the Experimental Biology 2020 Annual …

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Validation of a NASH Mouse Model – White Paper

Validation of an Off-the-Shelf, Diet-Induced NASH Mouse Model using Digital Whole Slide Scanning of Liver Tissue and Artificial Intelligence-Enabled, Quantitative Histopathological Analysis Download the PDF White Paper Summary: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) are common chronic liver disorders resulting in lipid accumulation in the liver, inflammation, hepatocyte damage, and fibrotic scarring, …

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COVID-19: New Histopathology Capabilities for Research

Collaboration within the scientific community is essential for rapid progress. Our highly skilled team is ready to accelerate your COVID-19 research.  In this time of uncertainty one thing is clear – accurate data matters. Quantitative In Situ Hybridization Comprehensive services include ISH staining, whole slide imaging, and quantitative analysis. New SARS-CoV-2-specific mRNA probes: V-nCoV2019-S. This probe targets the S gene encoding the …

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Reveal Biosciences and QuantumCyte Partner to Offer a New Generation of Multi-omic Data

Precision medicine has come a long way towards benefiting patient outcomes and enhancing research tools. In recent years, the integration of multi-scale omics from genomic, proteomic, and transcriptomic foundations has impacted how biological pathways and disease progression are studied. The industry has rapidly progressed due to both improved, ultra-sensitive technologies and increased awareness across expert …

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AI: Advancing Patient Access and Outcomes

Biocom’s 4th Annual Big Data Summit, held October 29, 2019 in La Jolla, CA, brought together thought leaders in artificial intelligence (AI), computational drug discovery, and blockchain technology. Throughout the day a recurring theme emerged: machine learning improves the affordability, speed, quality and utility of complex applications. Technology advancements over the last 5 years have …

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imageDx: NASH – A New Generation of Quantitative NASH Data

Traditional NAFLD Activity Scoring Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is one of the most prevalent causes of liver dysfunction, with some estimates suggesting up to 30% of the general population as being affected (1). NAFLD, while mainly asymptomatic, can progress to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in a portion of individuals. NASH is characterized by multiple pathologic …

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Spheroids: Research in 3D

What Are Spheroids? A spheroid is a small, spherical cluster of cells that acts as a 3D cell culture. The term “organoid” is also used interchangeably with “spheroid”, although the former specifically refers to a 3D cluster of organ-specific cells. Spheroids and organoids can be artificially assembled through different methods, including the use of centrifugal …

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AACR Highlights: Focus on AI

The 110th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research launched on March 30th, 2019 in Atlanta, GA. Over 22,000 delegates attended including scientists, clinicians, and patient advocates from around the globe. A team from Reveal Biosciences was present to highlight our recent advances in the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in pathology for …

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