This poster, created in collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb, details OracleBio’s robust image analysis workflow in Indica Labs HALO, and how it helped overcome common technical issues encountered in a large multiplex IF (mIF) non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) study.
The poster, ‘Quantitative Digital Pathology Workflow to Manage Technical Challenges within Multiplex IF R&D Studies‘, was presented at the 8th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: USA 2022 in New York.
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