Eastman Kodak Company’s Molecular Imaging Systems group announced the availability of two new digital imaging systems for in vivo molecular imaging in life science research and drug discovery applications.
The Kodak Image Station In-Vivo F and FX systems, available immediately, feature cooled CCD camera technology and selectable multi-wavelength illumination for sensitive, quantitative imaging of luminescent, fluorescent, and radiographic labeled biomolecules in vivo. The Image Station In-Vivo FX system also provides an integrated digital x-ray imaging source and a phosphor based radiographic imaging screen enabling digital radiography. By precisely co-registering anatomical x-rays of tissues and organs with near-IR, isotopic or luminescent optical imaging modes, a significant improvement in anatomical localization of molecular signals is achieved. Some boasting from the company:
“Kodak’s Image Station In-Vivo FX and F systems represent a significant milestone in our strategy to become a leader in molecular imaging” said Shahram Hejazi, General Manager of Kodak’s Molecular Imaging Systems group.”
With true 16-bit imaging performance, 4-million pixel resolution, a 10x optical zoom, and comprehensive image analysis capability, the new Image Station In-Vivo imaging systems produce high performance molecular imaging results for the widest range of labels and sample formats on an easy to use imaging platform.
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