Elegant Technology. Advanced Alternative.
By eliminating glass slides, hospitals capture enormous value
Surpassing legacy solutions in time, cost, and quality.
Unlike alternatives, Applikate eliminates the need for physical slides, tissue cutting, and expensive storage and rework. The technology is direct-to-digital. Our innovative hardware save hospitals, clinics, pathologists, histotechs, and medical researchers significant time and money.
What we do
Elimination of physical slides to combat process bottlenecks.
Novel use of non-toxic clearing agents and fluorescent dyes.
Non-destructive histology of human and animal tissues.
High resolution multiphoton microscopy at depth.
Immediate visualization of multiple tissue layers.
Intrinsically digital results to foster global consultation.
Applikate has reengineered tissue processing and examination
Our proprietary technology addresses the major hurdles to transforming pathology
Until now, new technologies compensated for the limitations of physical slides by layering more equipment and steps on an archaic process. This led to digital pathology, which allows for enhanced collaboration, but results in more time and costs in a discipline that would have been better had it been reengineered from the start. Applikate delivers that change and eliminates major costs and time delays.
A New Pathology Paradigm
The process of creating this new histology paradigm
A variety of focused innovations led to the creation of Applikate. Our founders pioneered the use of benzyl alcohol/benzyl benzoate (BABB) clearing for multiphoton microscopy. We developed strategies to speed up the clearing of tissue, and recognized early the utility of a fluorescent dye approach for visual reproduction of common pathology stains.
We built the fastest high-resolution multiphoton microscope in the world, achieving sub-micron resolution at depth, which enabled previously impossible large scale high-resolution. Then, we built specialized software for the immediate visualization of multiple tissue layers on any display device located anywhere in the world. The result is a new paradigm that promises to redefine pathology.