The U-SPECT system can perform quantitative 3D functional imaging of SPECT tracers with proven uniform resolution down to 0.13 mm ex vivo and 0.25 mm in vivo. This unique and multi-patented system allows for extremely fast focused (down to 1 s) and whole-body (down to 8 s) dynamic imaging of rodents. Stationary gamma-ray detectors enable fast temporal resolution, requiring no geometrical re-calibrations. The system can be equipped with a supersensitive collimator that can reach 150,000 cps/MBq or 15% sensitivity with a 20% energy window and then still produces sub-mm resolution images. U-SPECT is upgradeable with High Energy (HE) options and the only system on the market suitable for quantitative sub-mm imaging of higher energy and theranostic isotopes such as 131I, 188Re, 213Bi, 225Ac, 223Ra, and many others.
VECTor: simultaneous PET-SPECT
The U-SPECT system is upgradable at any time with ultra-high-definition PET to an integrated PET/SPECT system (“the VECTor platform”), allowing sub-mm imaging of PET and SPECT tracers separately or simultaneously with unprecedented spatial resolutions. Moreover, VECTor is the only system on the market capable of positron-range-free imaging of PET isotopes such as 124I, 76Br, and 82Rb, as well as simultaneous multi-isotope PET and PET/SPECT imaging at < 0.75 mm resolution. This unique combination of advanced technologies earned MILabs the WMIC 2018 Innovation of the Year award.
EXIRAD-3D: Automated Quantitative 3D Autoradiography
By scanning cryo-cooled tissue samples, such as complete organs, with a dedicated super-resolution EXIRAD-3D SSPECT option, researchers can finally eliminate many tedious, time-consuming, and error-prone steps from quantitative 3D autoradiography. Thanks to the excellent energy resolving capabilities of the detectors, one can scan multiple isotopes at the same time to image 3D distributions of different molecules simultaneously, at 0.13 mm resolution. EXIRAD-3D images can be re-sliced in any direction, and automatically overlaid with ultra-high resolution X-ray CT images.