ACIS® III Instrument by Dako Corp.

Manufacturer Dako Corp.
1.7
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ACIS® III Automated Cellular Imaging System provides the confidence that comes with proven technology and proprietary applications. ACIS® III gives pathologists the unique advantage of generating accurate, objective and reproducible results, enhancing complex research analysis and patient selection for targeted therapeutics. ACIS® III offers IVD applications for HER2, ER and PR. When used in conjunction with HercepTest™, the system's image analysis application may assist pathologists in more acc... Read more


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ACIS® III Instrument

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Average Rating: 1.7
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  • Organization: UT- M.D. ANDERSON CANCER CENTER



  • Ease of use
    1 out of 5
    After sales service
    3 out of 5
    Value for money
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Rating: 1.7

"A difficult to use piece of equipment. A good idea but operator dependent."

Review date: 18 May 2009 | ACIS® III Instrument
ACIS® III Automated Cellular Imaging System provides the confidence that comes with proven technology and proprietary applications. ACIS® III gives pathologists the unique advantage of generating accurate, objective and reproducible results, enhancing complex research analysis and patient selection for targeted therapeutics.

ACIS® III offers IVD applications for HER2, ER and PR. When used in conjunction with HercepTest™, the system's image analysis application may assist pathologists in more accurately determining the status of HER2 protein expression, to aid in the assessment of breast cancer patients eligible for Herceptin® therapy.

ACIS® III can also integrate into Dako Link allowing for electronic transfer of information required for sample processing across different systems.