Epiqo - IFA slide automatic scanner

EPIQO is an automated system consisting of a fluorescent microscope and software for routine laboratory used by professional users. The automated system acquires, analyzes, stores and displays digital images of stained indirect immunofluorescent slides.

It is intended as an aid in the detection and classification of certain antibodies by indirect immunofluorescence technology (IIF). All suggested results obtained with EPIQO system must be confirmed by a trained operator.

Automated scanning, analysis and interpretation of test results are performed strictly on certain IFA ANA HEp-2 slides. The IFA ANA HEp-2 kit is an indirect fluorescent antibody procedure for the detection and semi-quantitation of human nuclear autoantibodies by manual fluorescence microscopy or with the Imaging System, to be used as an aid in the diagnosis of autoimmune diseases.


EPIQO is an automated system consisting of a fluorescent microscope and software for routine laboratory used by professional users.



  • Equipped with 4X and 20X
  • Average Scanning speed 30 seconds/well
  • LIS connection
  • Data traceability (2D barcode reading)
  • HEp-2 pattern recognition
  • Mitosis recognition
  • End titer prediction
  • Image storage
  • Digitalization of other IIF substrates



Easy to use


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Value-added reporting of antinuclear antibody testing by automated indirect immunofluorescence analysis

Article in Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine - November 2013

DOI: 10.1515/cclm-2013-0610 - Source: PubMed

Automated Indirect Immunofluorescence Evaluation of Antinuclear Autoantibodies on HEp-2 Cells

Jörn Voigt 1, Christopher Krause 1, Edda Rohwäder 1, Sandra Saschenbrecker 1, Melanie Hahn 1, Maick Danckwardt 1, Christian Feirer 1, Konstantin Ens 1, Kai Fechner 1, Erhardt Barth 2, Thomas Martinetz 2, and Winfried Stöcker 1

1 Institute for Experimental Immunology, Euroimmun AG, Seekamp 31, 23560 Lübeck, Germany

2 Institute for Neuro- and Bioinformatics, University of Lübeck, Ratzeburger Allee 160, 23562 Lübeck, Germany

Received: 05 Oct 2012, Accepted: 18 Oct 2012, Published: 11 Nov 2012

Academic Editor: Dimitrios P. Bogdanos

Correspondence should be addressed to Jörn Voigt: j.voigt@euroimmun.de

Automated indirect immunofluorescence antinuclear antibody analysis is a standardized alternative for visual microscope interpretation

Carolien Bonroy, Charlotte Verfaillie, Vanessa Smith, Lies Persijn, Evy De Witte, Filip De Keyser, Katrien Devreese

PMID: 23612554 - DOI: 10.1515/cclm-2013-0016

Clin Chem Lab Med - September 2013

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