Vectra® Polaris™ Automated Quantitative Pathology Imaging System by Akoya Biosciences

Manufacturer Akoya Biosciences  |   Model: CLS143455  |  Available Worldwide
The Vectra® Polaris™ Automated Quantitative Pathology Imaging System integrates both multispectral imaging and automated slide scanning to better visualize, analyze, quantify, and phenotype immune cells in situ in FFPE tissue sections and TMAs.


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Vectra® Polaris™ Automated Imaging System
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Providing unparalleled speed, performance, and versatility, Vectra Polaris Automated Quantitative Pathology Imaging System goes beyond conventional brightfield and fluorescence whole-slide scanning – it integrates the power of multispectral imaging in a simplified workflow.

As part of our Phenoptics™ 2.0 translational solution, multispectral imaging on the Vectra Polaris can now be applied across a whole slide (using the 7 Color Opal Polaris reagent kit) with our state-of-the-art MOTiF™ technology. This enables the biology to be explored at multiple scales, from cell-to-cell interactions to the macroscopic tissue architecture.

The whole slide multispectral imaging capabilities creates a simpler and more robust workflow as fields of view do not need to be selected eliminating selection bias. You also retain a whole slide record, no re-scans required, so that you can easily re-analyze imagery as new understanding emerges.

With the Vectra Polaris, you can also generate unmixed annotated regions of interest up to 9 colors using our renowned liquid crystal tunable filter.

Our proprietary multispectral imaging technology coupled with the proven power of inForm®  image analysis software and our Opal™ fluorophores, enables the identification and quantification of multiple biomarkers without the interference of autofluorescence as the signals are unmixed from one another. That means you can have confidence in accurately quantifying cell-to-cell interactions that are occurring, in situ, across the whole slide, in your FFPE samples.