The New Standard in Spatial Profiling and Digital Pathology
Achieve remarkable results down to a single cell with the spatial contexts. Reveal novel spatial relationships with multi-omic molecular signatures.
The Acculift™ system is an unparalleled Spatial Biology profiling system that harnesses the power of a cloud-based platform into one unique digital pathology ecosystem to study the complex tissue microenvironment.
As part of a complete spatial biology workflow that includes a novel suite of reagents and software, the Acculift™ system is designed to meet the needs of researchers and pathologists to transform spatial molecular profiling and accelerate precision medicine.
Acculift™ Digital Pathology Solution
A cloud-based digital pathology solution for interrogating the tissue microenvironment
Uncover Spatial Biology Insights with the New Acculift™ Cloud-Based Digital Pathology Solution
Learn how to profile the tissue microenvironment and collaborate in
Exact spatial molecular profiling down to single cell level.
Profile targeted regions of interest (ROIs) within the tissue microenvironment or the
Used with standard histology protocols for a minimal
Multi-omic profiling (WGS,
RNA-seq, LC-MS, RPPA) with spatial context.
Spatial biology profiling solution
Unprecedented understanding of tissue microenvironment in discovery, translational, and clinical research
Whole slide, high quality image scanning of frozen and formalin-fixed,
Cloud-based digital pathology for case reviews, selections, and annotations on
Accurate sample capture down to a single cell level for
Comprehensive analytical tools to accelerate informed
A simple, streamlined workflow
With a complete reagent portfolio to support the entire Acculift™ spatial biology solution
Accurate, cell-specific data for a variety of downstream applications
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Advancing digital pathology and precision medicine
"The need for LCM keeps growing and growing, and LCM and digital pathology — that is the future"
Lance Liotta, MD, PhD
Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Center for
Applied Proteomics and Molecular Medicine,
George Mason University
Former Chief of the Laboratory of Pathology at the National Cancer Institute and former Deputy Director
at National Institutes of Health