Study cancer biology and assess therapeutic efficacy in vivo.
Small animal imaging is becoming an increasingly important tool for studying cancer research by providing investigators with unique capabilities to non-invasively detect and characterize cancer in vivo.
Whether you are monitoring tumor growth and progression, angiogenesis, metastases, performing drug efficacy and toxicology studies, or enhancing your understanding of cancer biology pathways, we have the tools to help with your next cancer discovery.
For research purposes only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
Bioluminescent Oncology Cell Lines - Track cancer growth early using ultra bright Bioware® luciferase labeled oncology cell lines in combination with our bioluminescent substrates or generate your own bioluminescence primary and cancer cell lines using RediFect™ RedFluc and Renilla lentiviral particles.
Bioluminescent Substrates - Get readouts from your luciferase oncology cell line(s) utilizing luciferin or coelenterazine tested and validated using IVIS® optical imaging systems.
Fluorescent Agents, Labeling Kits & Dyes - Image cancer and inflammation related biomarkers and pathways with our wide range of fluorescent imaging probes, labels, kits, and dyes.
Radioimaging & Radiotherapeutics - Visualize complex biological processes of cancer metabolism, cell tracking, or immuno responses in vivo.
In Vivo Optical Imaging - Gain deeper insights into tumor growth, progression, cancer biology pathways and more with IVIS® and FMT® series
Image – Guided Surgery - Increase tumor margins in your surgical procedures with the Solaris™ Fluorescence Image-Guided Surgery System
PET Imaging - Obtain translational, 3D and quantitative in vivo assessment of changes to tumor biological processes, microenvironment and responses to treatment with the G8 PET/CT imaging system
MicroCT Imaging - Determine anatomical changes related to cancer biology using the Quantum GX2 microCT imaging system