Tracking, monitoring, and visualizing biological processes and disease progression is key to not only helping you better understand biology but also crucial in evaluating the effectiveness of your potential drug candidates earlier in the development process.
In vivo imaging has a profound role in advancing researchers' understanding of molecular and physiological research across a broad range of disease models as well as accelerating preclinical development of therapeutics in a non-invasive manner and in real-time.
Let us help you achieve your research and discovery goals with our best-in-class small animal imaging solutions. From basic research models to clinically translatable applications, our in vivo imaging community publishes on a daily basis with thousands of papers published in peer-reviewed journals, covering major disease areas including cancer, infectious disease, cardiopulmonary, metabolic disease and more.
Whatever answer you’re seeking, in vivo preclinical imaging is the most direct path in helping you gain deeper insight into your basic research and drug discovery & development projects.
The more you see – the more you know
Your cutting edge research commands high-sensitivity and reliable imaging data. As a leader in optical imaging we have the tools you need, from 2D optical, to 3D tomography and integrated optical imaging systems, to optical reagents to help you reach your research goals.
Biology doesn’t happen in 2D and your research shouldn’t either
Obtain more insight into your animal studies, non-invasively, and at high-resolution with 3D micro-computed tomography (microCT) imaging.
Vega® is a hands-free, automated, high-throughput preclinical ultrasound imaging system that delivers high-resolution 2D and 3D ultrasound images in just a few minutes. This innovative in vivo ultrasound system removes the challenges associated with conventional hand-held systems through the use of automated transducers located under the imaging stage that’s easy to use, requires minimal training and produces more consistent results.
See disease in all its dimensions
Generate more meaningful information from your animal study with multimodality imaging. By combining imaging modalities you gain more insight into functional and anatomical information to enhance your understanding of disease.
Helping scientists achieve their research goals
Our experienced team of scientists and support specialists are here to help you. From application questions, to training, to troubleshooting advice, to helping you select the best imaging system for your research we have the resources you need to get the most out of your in vivo imaging studies.
Offering worldwide support, our dedicated applications team with their in-depth scientific knowledge can help you achieve your research goals. By offering unmatched support, our application scientists are your main contact for any questions you may have from development of imaging protocols to training and education ensuring you get the answers and guidance you need.
Get the most from your in vivo imaging instrument by learning from the experts. We offer basic and advanced training at your facility as well as classroom training through In Vivo University to broaden your knowledge, share with fellow researchers, and learn from field application scientists.
Our global Service Engineers are available to help you with installation, preventative maintenance, technical guidance and any repair services to ensure that your imaging systems operate as optimally as possible to meet your in vivo imaging research goals.