AI-powered Automated Tissue Analysis Software

The AI-driven image analysis software, MMI CellDetector, is designed to automatically identify and quantify cellular phenotypes across a wide range of tissue samples with high precision. As an integral part of MMI’s suite of solutions, it seamlessly integrates with all MMI systems.

AI-powered Automated Tissue Analysis Software

The MMI CellDetector software is powered by sophisticated AI algorithms to enable precise automated tissue analysis. By automating the tissue analysis process, the CellDetector software increases efficiency, providing faster and more consistent results, compared to manual analysis methods.

This cutting-edge software stands out in the analysis of microscopic images, making it ideal for applications that require high levels of detail and precision. It provides highly accurate detection even in complex images under challenging conditions with varying lighting and staining, making it a valuable tool in various research fields.

Automated Cell Detection and Quantification

The CellDetector automated tissue analysis software employs advanced artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to detect cells with distinct morphology and colour. It can identify various cell types, including rare cells (such as circulating tumor cells) and other cell populations. Harnessing the power of AI, once trained, the CellDetector will identify all areas of interest, even in extensive datasets. With a basic understanding of tissue morphology, anyone can effortlessly train the AI cell detection system, yielding significant and consistent results.

CellDetector is a versatile tool designed for researchers in pharma, biotech, diagnostics, and academia, offering the capability to analyse both simple and complex datasets, producing precise quantitative outcomes essential for pioneering discoveries.

Advanced Flexibility for Countless Experimental Setups

The CellDetector software seamlessly integrates with all MMI systems, offering advanced flexibility for different experimental setups and ensuring a cohesive workflow for researchers. Whether using MMI’s laser microdissection system (CellCut), whole slide imager (CellScan), cell picker (CellEctor), or optical trapping system (CellManipulator), the CellDetector software complements these technologies. The AI imaging software can effectively identify structures regardless of tissue heterogeneity. Its adaptability to diverse training settings allows for a wide range of applications.

The AI-powered automated tissue analysis software enables researchers to integrate AI-based tissue analysis with the MMI CellCut, allowing precise removal of their region of interest, whether cells or tissue, through laser capture microdissection. They can also leverage the MMI CellEctor cell picker for isolating individual cells in suspension.

Advancing Digital Pathology with AI-powered Software

By leveraging the capabilities of the CellDetector software, digital pathology leaps into a new era. Through the vast capacity of AI, it precisely identifies tumour regions in immunohistochemistry (IHC) or fluorescently stained samples. This automated process eliminates the arduous task of manual annotations, guaranteeing precise analysis of multiple markers and stains. CellDetector unlocks the most powerful, up-to-the-minute imaging analysis capabilities. Researchers investing in the AI-powered CellDetector software can position themselves at the forefront of digital pathology advancements.


Automated Tissue Analysis Software
CellDetector software with the CellScan whole slide imaging system
  • Precise AI-driven image analysis of cellular phenotypes
  • Identify and quantify cells across a wide range of tissue samples
  • Detect rare with distinct morphology and colour
  • Detection of cells on whole slide images or live images
  • Analyse simple and complex datasets
  • Analyse microscopic images
  • Identify various cell types and populations (including rare cells)
  • Precise detection even in challenging conditions
  • Flexibility and efficiency for countless experimental setups
  • Compatible with all MMI systems