Scailyte: simplifying difficult diagnoses

Scailyte simplifying difficult diagnoses

Making a diagnosis can be a tricky endeavour. For instance, diagnosing skin T-cell lymphoma, a rare form of cancer for which early detection can greatly boost survival, takes on average six years, because the skin rashes associated with it are difficult to interpret.

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Using algorithms to track down cancer

algorithms to track down cancer

Modern medicine is looking for markers that provide early warning of complex diseases. In its quest to discover these “biomarkers”, the ETH spinoff Scailyte has developed software capable of analysing millions of single cells very efficiently.

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