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NEW YORK (360Dx) – Following a recent agreement with Mikroscan to integrate the firm's products into its own digital pathology workflow management, software startup Proscia said it plans to target the dermatology space with its artificial intelligence-powered digital pathology software.

Instead of providing a scanner or physical glass slides, Baltimore, Maryland-based Proscia wants to help researchers and pathologists transition from visual screening to digital imaging and assisted identification.

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