SVision Launches First Image-Analysis Software; Live Cell Analysis Package Is Targeted for 2007 | GenomeWeb
SVision, an image-analysis firm founded in 1999 to provide contract R&D services across a broad range of industries, has targeted the cell-based assay market for its first off-the-shelf software product.
SVCell, which the company is launching next week at the Society for Neuroscience conference in Atlanta, offers a “teach-by-example” interface that enables researchers to train the software to recognize features of interest in microscopy experiments.

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