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The Pearl® Impulse Small Animal Imaging System can enable you to: visualize imaging agents in mice dynamically with real-time imaging; use native cells and cell lines for in vivo imaging, without reporter genes; achieve exceptional sensitivity and deep target imaging with laser excitation and near-infrared fluorescent detection; detect two near-infrared probes simultaneously; acquire optimized images quickly with one-button operation; use validated BrightSite™ targeting agents to get started immediately without developing your own agents.
The revolutionary FieldBrite™ Xi Optical Technology results in exceptional sensitivity, with deeper tissue penetration and earlier target detection. The rapid, one-button acquisition of 700 nm, 800 nm, and white light images enables quick screening of animals and simultaneous detection of different targets. With HEPA-filtered imaging beds for immunocompromised animals, docking stations and SmartFlow anesthesia systems and suites, you are in complete control of your experiment. Applications of the Pearl® Impulse Small Animal Imaging System: Receptor targeting Transporter targeting Structural imaging Biodistribution Vascular/lymphatic imaging Most are important to cancer researchers.
Pearl Impulse now comes with Image Studio Software, an intuitive, easy-to-use imaging software developed by LI-COR. The application-driven ribbon interface makes training for new users fast and simple. Contact LI-COR for more information on various package configurations and pricing. For availability outside the United States, contact your local distributor.
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"It is pretty cool but it’s still new in our lab. We need to get a better understand of it. Normally we do more neuroscience studies but we are now trying new things. We are on the way to get better knowledge on the product. "