Pre-Clinical Imaging

Optical Invivo Imaging

Powerful and flexible invivo imaging capability suitable for imaging cores, specialist researchers and small teams, delivering an unmatched 3/5/10 mouse capacity across BLI, FLI and X‐Ray.

The cutting edge patented LED based illumination and Faint Signal detection provide unprecedented power and previously unattained sensitivity for FLI and BLI.

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PET Imager

Sub-millimetre image resolution is achieved through the combination of monolithic scintillators, the latest photon counting technology and GPU-based event positioning and iterative image reconstruction. The 5-ring configuration ensures best-in-class sensitivity over a field-of-view adequate for whole-body mouse and rat imaging at high count rate. In-house hardware allows for dynamic and gated studies through our β-CUBE PET Imager. Read More

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SPECT Imager

The γ-CUBE is a high-sensitivity, high-resolution SPECT imager allowing whole-body mouse and rat imaging.

Patented loft hole technology and laser sintered collimators combined with high-resolution detectors result in a high-end true benchtop imager. In-house developed image reconstruction software guarantees fast imaging and excellent image quality. All common SPECT-labelled therapeutic and diagnostic imaging tracers can be imaged. Read More

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CT Imager

The X-CUBE is a high throughput CT “work horse”. It allows for fast whole body mouse and rat CT imaging at extremely low dose and excellent soft tissue contrast.

Light weighted thanks to a self-shielded imaging unit it is a truly mobile in vivo scanner. Advanced workflows such as gated and dynamic contrast enhanced imaging can be achieved in a functional and integrated set up. Read More

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  • ** Meet us at 26th ISMANAM 2019 at Raintree, Annasalai, Chennai from 08th to 12th July 2019**
  • **Meet us at MNFACS 2019 at IISc, Bangalore from 11th to 12th July 2019**

1)  Novel oncolytic chimeric orthopoxvirus causes regression of pancreatic cancer xenografts and exhibits abscopal efect at a single low dose

2) The tumor secretory factor ZAG promotes white adipose tissue browning and energy wasting

3) Regulation of epithelial-mesenchymal transition and metastasis by TGF-β, P-bodies, and autophagy

1) Low dose PET

2) Dynamic 18F-FCA PET-CT in a mouse

1) Dose reduction with 99mTc-DMSA

2) Thyroid imaging in mouse

1) In vivo visualisation of vessel formation in peritoneal tumor scaffolds with µCT

2) Contrast enhanced CT to evaluate liver tumors in HCC mouse model.