David Rybka, production manager at Leica Biosystems’ Aperio ePathology division, confirms the scan quality of an Aperio AT2 image capture device at its production plant in Vista.

David Rybka, production manager at Leica Biosystems’ Aperio ePathology division, confirms the scan quality of an Aperio AT2 image capture device at its production plant in Vista. Photo by Melissa Jacobs.

Leica Biosystems’ Aperio ePathology division in Vista sees opportunity in ultrahigh definition — whether it is looking at high-resolution images of tissue samples for pathologists that its equipment and software make possible or the images of Albert Einstein’s brain it has cataloged for posterity using its technology...

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