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Traditionally, a pathologist took a
That glass slide is delivered to the pathologist who puts it under an upright microscope - using both the left and right dials to zoom in and out. With Deep Lens, those slides - and sometimes up to a hundred in a rack, are converted to digital images with a whole slide imaging robot in a process called linear scanning.
Those images can actually be viewed on a computer, laptop or phone, and the pathologist can read the image without the need for a microscope or instrument.
The Deep Lens VIPER platform enables viewing of those images on a computer, but the most useful feature of VIPER is that it is actually integrated into the
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