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Enter patient ID once to score multiple trays
  • Saves redundant data entry and associated errors.
Score the tray using the scope keypad or the computer keyboard
  • Situate the computer or the keypad near the microscope for left- or right-handed people
Use score, re-score, and double-score choices
  • Read the same tray definition with multiple cell types from the same provider using the double-score feature. Works with either separate trays for B and T cells, or a single read using a cell-labeling method
  • Re-score trays after an initial read - either for time-lapse reading or quality control reading
Tray information, provider information and well contents are available on the scoring screen
  • Enter magnetic bead and complement information on each tray scored
  • System tracks scoring dates and users. User enters cell-preparation date and plating date
  • See the provider demographics and any previous phenotyping results while scoring the present tray
  • Enter HLA phenotyping results following completion of the tray scoring. View the tray definition with scores on the screen before finalizing the phenotype

Complete description of the well contents (includes comments) displayed on the screen
  • See well contents when scoring a tray
  • Mark wells with comments that can be viewed as the tray is read
Control, reagent and sample wells are color-coded
  • Easy recognition of well content while scoring
  • Color-codes are user-definable for easier recognition of positive values.
View a list of scored trays
  • Select from the list of scores the tray you wish to review. Double click to view the results.
  • The selected scored-tray can be viewed or re-scored.
Archive functionality
  • Use archive feature to maintain the list of scores with only current work-in-process.
  • Archived scores that are no longer on the current work list but they can be viewed from the provider's scoring information screen.
  • Restore acrhive scores to an active status if you wish to re-score the tray