CRi, 3DHISTECH align on digital pathology

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Cambridge Research & Instrumentation (CRi) has agreed to distribute 3DHISTECH’s suite of digital slide scanners and software applications in North America, develope and distribute a next generation of product offerings.

George Abe, president and CEO of the Woburn, Mass.-based CRi, said that digital pathology technologies were providing important infrastructure for emerging molecular diagnostic approaches based on disease-related biomarkers.

3DHISTECH, based in Budapest, Hungary, offers a broad line of digital pathology products, scanners and software for slide viewing, quantitation, telemedicine, and image management, said CRi.