New innovations at SNMMI: Dual-Isotope PET and more
From coming Saturday, June 22nd, we will be present at booth 415 during the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNNMI) meeting in Anaheim, California. We look forward to meeting you in person. For more information please visit the SNMMI website or contact us to schedule a meeting.
First in vivo Simultaneous Dual-isotope and Ultra-high-definition PET, 3D Autoradiography, and Wireless Gating
While other PET systems suffer from several mm resolution loss due to positron range for e.g. 124I, 76Br, and 82Rb, MILabs U-PET/CT and VECTor/CT exclusively perform sub-mm PET imaging of these isotopes. In addition, multiple PET isotopes can be imaged simultaneously at sub-mm resolution.
Left: First ever in vivo simultaneous dual-isotope mouse PET: crystal clear at sub-mm resolution. Right: EXIRAD-3D 99mTc-HDP image of a mouse knee overlaid with X-ray CT
3D Autoradiography used to be extremely time-consuming, dirty, and labor intensive. MILabs EXIRAD-3D autoradiography allows clean tissue sample scanning with an isotropic resolution down to 120 microns.
MILabs exclusively offers Fluorescence and Bioluminescence 2D and 3D imaging integrated with high-end X-ray CT. In addition, PET and SPECT can be added as well to perform quad-modality imaging. A new docking station allows for optical imaging in parallel with integrated imaging on the other modalities. New wireless gating for CT makes lung and cardiac imaging extremely user friendly, reliable, and fast; even for multi-mouse imaging!
You can watch the video about MIlabs’ award winning PET, SPECT, Optical & CT imaging or download the new Preclinical Product Catalog:
Meet us at:
SNMMI, June 22 – 25, Anaheim
WMIC, September 4-7, Montreal
EANM, October 12-16, Barcelona
RSNA, December 1-7, Chicago