CellDetect® Staining Kit

CellDetect is an innovative staining platform which relies on both color and morphology to differentiate between normal and cancer cells in cytology specimens.

Using a proprietary plant extract and generic dyes, CellDetect colors the nuclei of suspicious cells in reddish-purple, supporting the morphological analysis.

Applicable to  urine specimens, the technology conveniently applies standard laboratory processes and equipment for manual and automated slide staining.

The CellDetect technology is protected by strong intellectual property including granted and pending patents in the United-States, Europe, China and additional territories.

CellDetect® is a registered trademark of Zetiq Technologies, a fully-owned subsidiary of Micromedic. Both companies comply with ISO 13485-2003 certification.

The CellDetect Staining Kit is FDA-registered and available for use in CLIA-Certified laboratories.

Leaflet CellDetect® Staining Kit


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Davis et al. A novel urine-based assay for bladder cancer diagnosis: a multi-institutional validation study. European Urology Focus 2016

Glickman. Color power for cancer management. The Pathologist June 2015

Davis et al. A novel urine cytology stain for the detection and monitoring of bladder cancer. The Journal of Urology 2014; 192:1628-1632.

He et al. Application of the CellDetect® staining technique in diagnosis of human cervical cancer Gynecologic Oncology 2014; 132:383-388

Idelevich et al. Screening for cervical neoplasia: a community-based trial comparing pap Staining, Human Papilloma Virus Testing, and the New Bi-functional CellDetect® Stain. Diagnostic Cytopathology 2012; 40:1054-61

Idelevich et al. Novel dual-function CellDetect® staining technology: wedding morphology and tinctorial discrimination to detect cervical neoplasia; Diagnostic Pathology 2010; 5:70

Sagiv et al. A color discriminating broad range cell staining technology for early detection of cell transformation. Journal of Carcinogenesis 2009; 8:16-23

Idelevich et al. Novel Histochemical Stain for Tinctorial Detection of Cancer and Neoplastic Cells. The Journal of Histotechnology 2009; 32:97-105

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