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Jason Christiansen, Dylan M Reilly, Brian Bourke Martin, Mark Gustavson: Automatic exposure time selection for imaging tissue. HistoRx, Gilberto M Villacorta, Nikhil S Palekar, Foley & Lardner, July 12, 2011: US07978258 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a system for automatically adjusting an exposure time to improve or otherwise optimize a dynamic range of a digital image. The system includes a camera configured to capture an image of a subject within the field of view at a first exposure time. The captured image is compos ...


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Jason H Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Dylan M Reilly, Gregory R Tedeschi: Compartment segregation by pixel characterization using image data clustering. Historx, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, December 18, 2012: US08335360 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to improved methods of defining areas or compartments within which biomarker expression is detected and quantified. In particular, the present invention relates to automated methods for delineating marker-defined compartments objectively with minimal operator ...


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Jason Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Gregory R Tedeschi, Dylan M Reilly, Maciej P Zerkowski, Christine Williams, Dongxiao Wang: Reproducible quantification of biomarker expression. Novartis, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, January 19, 2016: US09240043 (2 worldwide citation)

A method is described for the reproducible quantification of biomarker expression, including biomarker expression in a tissue sample. Methods and systems are described whereby reproducible scores for biomarker expression are obtained independent of instrument, its location, or operator.


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Jason H Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Dylan M Reilly, Gregory R Tedeschi: Compartment segregation by pixel characterization using image data clustering. HistoRx, Gilberto M Villacorta, Daniel R Shelton, Foley & Lardner, February 18, 2014: US08655037

The present invention relates generally to improved methods of defining areas or compartments within which biomarker expression is detected and quantified. In particular, the present invention relates to automated methods for delineating marker-defined compartments objectively with minimal operator ...


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Dylan M REILLY, Brian BOURKE MARTIN, Mark GUSTAVSON, Jason CHRISTIANSEN: Automatic exposure time selection for imaging tissue. HistoRx, Foley And Lardner, April 2, 2009: US20090086046-A1

The invention relates to a system for automatically adjusting an exposure time to improve or otherwise optimize a dynamic range of a digital image. The system includes a camera configured to capture an image of a subject within the field of view at a first exposure time. The captured image is compos ...


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Dylan M Reilly, Brian Bourke Martin, Mark Gustavson, Jason Christiansen: Automatic exposure time selection for imaging tissue. HistoRx, September 22, 2011: US20110228993-A1

The invention relates to a system for automatically adjusting an exposure time to improve or otherwise optimize a dynamic range of a digital image. The system includes a camera configured to capture an image of a subject within the field of view at a first exposure time. The captured image is compos ...


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Jason Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Gregory R Tedeschi, Dylan M Reilly, Maciej P Zerkowski, Christine, Dongxiao Wang: Reproducible quantification of biomarker expression. HistoRx, Foley And Lardner, June 3, 2010: US20100136549-A1

A method is described for the reproducible quantification of biomarker expression, including biomarker expression in a tissue sample. Methods and systems are described whereby reproducible scores for biomarker expression are obtained independent of instrument, its location, or operator.


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Jason H Christiansen, Robert Pinard, Mark Gustavson, Brian Bourke, Dylan M Reilly: Compartment segregation by pixel characterization using image data clustering. HistoRx, Foley And Lardner, February 5, 2009: US20090034823-A1

The present invention relates generally to improved methods of defining areas or compartments within which biomarker expression is detected and quantified. In particular, the present invention relates to automated methods for delineating marker-defined compartments objectively with minimal operator ...