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Non-Invasive In Vivo Imaging, Eastman Kodak Co.
December 2006
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Eastman Kodak Co.'s Molecular Imaging Systems group announces the release of the Kodak In-Vivo Multispectral system for advanced research applications. The system is capable of identifying molecular abnormalities that are the origin of disease at a very early stage, which can lead to expedited development of effective therapeutics. In vivo molecu­lar imaging allows non-invasive mea­surement of biological processes within a living organism. The new sys­tem incorporates workflow automa­tion and advanced multispectral fluo­rescence, luminescence, digital x-ray and radioisotopic imaging capabilities for in vivo imaging of small animals for drug development and life science research. The system's computer con­trolled multispectral tuning of excita­tion light provides enhanced sensitiv­ity allowing for the identification and separation of multiple fluorochromes and the removal of autofluorescence background. The system automati­cally generates and analyzes multi­spectral fluorochrome images with spatially co-registered x-ray and white light images for improved localization of biological markers in vivo. A broad range of excitation wavelengths, from optical through near-infrared, enable optimized imaging of a wide range of fluorochromes and biomarkers.
 
Eastman Kodak Co.
www.kodak.com/go/molecular
877-747-4357

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