The latest innovation from Curadel is in the field of digital pathology. Surprisingly, clinical pathology has remained fundamentally unchanged since 1878, the year that the hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) stain was first introduced. Pathologists spend years learning pattern recognition techniques to find cancer and other diseases after staining a glass slide with H&E. Curadel’s FLARE® Pathology Platform, however, will enable pathologists to easily find single cancer cells anywhere they are hiding in a biopsy or surgical specimen and can use a computer to either assist the pathologist in quickly finding suspicious areas or even automatically quantifying the presence or absence of disease.
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Curadel was recently featured in the November issue of Laser Focus World. The article “Advanced surgery: NIR fluorescence guidance arrives” highlights Curadel’s efforts to improve the surgery experience by allowing the unseeable to be seen with FLARE® technology
Curadel is proud to announce the availability of ultra-pure, iodide-free indocyanine green (ICG) for laboratory research studies. Being >95% pure and iodide free by Schoniger combustion, Curadel's ICG is the ideal reagent for use in in vitro and in vivo studies. Available in 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 mg sizes.