Within the Optical Radiology Lab, the Molecular Imaging Center provides assisted and unassisted imaging, access to d-luciferin substrate, and data analysis.
The IVIS Spectrum CT provides a full suite of features including Spectral Unmixing, 2D and 3D quantitative bioluminescence, and fluorescence with fast and low dose CT imaging with 3D reconstruction. The system also provides sensitive and quantitative imaging in vivo of bioluminescent reporters and fluorescence with a wide rage of wavelengths between 440-840 nm along with DyCE dynamic enhanced imaging for real time distribution studies of both fluorochromes or PET tracers. The IVIS can image cell plates, petri dishes and mice both in vivo and ex vivo.
Find additional information, capabilities, and case studies on Perkin Elmer’s site here.