OTMIAS ® is an advanced image analysis software for quantitative biomarker analysis, cell cycle analysis (DNA ploidy), proliferation assay, and apoptosis assay on sections of formalin fixed and paraffin embedded tissues or cells. OTMIAS ® does not require dedicated hardware, so you may use your current microscope, digital microscope camera, and computer (see system requirements) . An illustrated step-by-step instructions can be found in the User Manual included with the software., but it is better to use the video tutorials and download and read the QuickStart Guide file from this site. The software is marketed for research use only.
The software is sold as one year (365 days) subscription license, but you can use the provided coupon codes to get a free one year license.
A PC computer with a modern Intel processor of 2.3 GHz or better and at least 16 GB of RAM running Windows 7 or 10, 64 bit with the latest updates. Increasing available RAM in your computer will improve OTMIAS® performance.
Apple Macintosh computer with a modern Intel processor of 2. 3GHz or better and at least 16 GB of RAM running MacOS 10.13.3 (High Sierra) with the latest updates. Increasing available RAM in your computer will improve OTMIAS® performance
Download and read this short guide for important information about OTMIAS. It contains an overview of the main functions of OTMIAS, and a few basic but very important instructions to get you started correctly
Click on the image above to download then unzip a folder named “DNA Ploidy practice” . Use the three images inside this folder to practice DNA ploidy analysis. It is important that you start with this module before learning biomarker analysis or proliferative or apoptosis assays.
Click on the image above to download then unzip ta folder named “Biomarkers Analysis practice” . Use the four images inside it to practice biomarker analysis. It is important that you learn to do DNA ploidy analysis first.
This is a placeholder for future downloadable practice files for the proliferative (S-phase fraction) assay. Once we finish and upload the video tutorial, we will post the practice file to download here.
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