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James V Bacus, James W Bacus: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Research Laboratories, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, August 8, 2000: US06101265 (211 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method acquires and stores multiple resolution images from a specimen on a support and provides to the user a low magnification, reconstructed macro image of the entire specimen, or a large portion thereof, to aid the person in selecting points of interest to be viewed or analyzed a ...


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James V Bacus, James W Bacus: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Research Laboratories, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, May 1, 2001: US06226392 (92 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for using a computer controlled microscope system to provide a reconstructed, seamless image from several contiguous fields of view to show the architecture and spatial relationship of biological material in a specimen. The specimen is scanned with a microscope and a digital sc ...


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James V Bacus, James W Bacus: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Research Laboratories, Fitch Even Tabin & Flannery, June 11, 2002: US06404906 (65 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for using a computer controlled microscope system to provide a reconstructed, seamless image from several contiguous fields of view to show the architecture and spatial relationship of biological material in a specimen. The specimen is scanned with a microscope and a digital sc ...


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Bacus James V, Bacus James W: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Res Lab, July 5, 2000: EP1016031-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A virtual microscope slide is created by using a computer-controlled microscope (10) to capture a plurality of low magnification images of a specimen which are tiled to create a reconstructed macro image (24). A plurality of higher magnification images are also captured and tiled to create a micro i ...


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Bacus James V, Bacus James W: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Research Laboratories, SAMPLES Kenneth H, October 8, 1998: WO/1998/044446 (1 worldwide citation)

A computer-controlled microscope (16) captures a plurality of images at a low magnification. These images are tiled to create a reconstructed image (24) of an entire specimen. The user selects one or more areas of the reconstructed image. The computer-controlled microscope (16) then captures a plura ...


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James V Bacus, James W Bacus: Method and apparatus for acquiring and reconstructing magnified specimen images from a computer-controlled microscope. Bacus Research Laboratories, Fitch Even Tabin And Flannery, December 13, 2001: US20010050999-A1

A method is disclosed for using a computer controlled microscope system to provide a reconstructed, seamless image from several contiguous fields of view to show the architecture and spatial relationship of biological material in a specimen. The specimen is scanned with a microscope and a digital sc ...