OracleBio data is presented at the 8th Digital Pathology & AI Congress: USA 2022 in New York.
The poster, produced in collaboration with Gilead, involved a comprehensive evaluation of Hepatitis B liver samples stained using a 12-plex assay, with this poster focusing on the image analysis approach taken to detect and phenotype immune cell and hepatocyte populations.
This research aims to support a deeper understanding of the expression of Hepatitis B antigens and associated immune cell interactions within liver samples.
The poster is entitled: ‘Utilizing Quantitative Digital Pathology techniques for analysis of Hepatitis B liver samples stained with a 12-plex multiplex-IF assay’.
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