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  • New technique paints tissue samples with light

    Breast tissue is computationally stained using data from infrared imaging without actually staining the tissue, enabling multiple stains on the same sample. From left, the image shows a Hematoxylin and Eosin stain (pink-blue), molecular staining for epithelial cells (brown color) and Masson's trichrome(blue, red at right).

    Breast tissue is computationally stained using data from infrared imaging without actually staining the tissue, enabling multiple stains on the same sample. From left, the image shows a Hematoxylin and Eosin stain (pink-blue), molecular staining for epithelial cells (brown color) and Masson's trichrome(blue, red at right).

    Photo credit Rohit Bhargava

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  • To reach Rohit Bhargava, call 217-265-6596; email: rxb@illinois.edu.
    The paper, “Stain-less staining for computed histopathology,” is available online.