PRECLINICAL IMAGING INSTRUMENTS


In the fall of 2011 we introduced to the Scientific Imaging Community, a new innovative research tool: the Animal Handling System (AHS).

These systems are a multiple component, suite of technologies for true high throughput, preclinical imaging in a Multi-Modality laboratory environment.

Though imitated by our competitors, these are “The Original”, patented, two piece axial coupled animal bed systems and still the highest quality instruments on the market.

“We truly innovated and change the status quo of the preclinincal imaging scanner market today with our new product designs.”

These instruments were created to solve the persistent issues associated with Multi-Modality Imaging.

Our methodology assists the researcher in the follow:

Repeatable Specimen Body Positioning
day after day for longitudinal studies and quick ROI acqusition
Containment Concepts for BSL-2 Work
Easy and Quick Loading of the animal onto the bed system.
Transporting and Interfacing the animal in a highly repeatable manner (better than 50 microns) between a variety of different scanner/modalities including MRI, CT, PET, SPECT,  and Optical (FTM).

One of the core foundational advancements is our unique Coupling System which allows for our novel bed to interface to any research tool if given the proper positioning receive assembly: The “Plug and Scan™” system. When engaged, allows for physiological monitoring, thermal regulation, and anesthesia communication to the animal instantaneously. One no longer needs to disconnect and reconnect a  plethora of tubing and leads. Everything required for most studies is integrated into the core system components.

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“These systems represent an Innovative Approach to the Loading, Handling and Containment of Animal Models in the Preclinical Imaging Environment; epitomizing the concept of Life Sciences Research Tools”. “Designed by Scientists for Scientists”


PRECLINICAL IMAGING INSTRUMENTS PRODUCTS ________________________________________________________________________________________

Animal Handling System (AHS) _________________________________________________________________________________________________ ANIMAL HANDLING
AHS-1574-M2 | Animal Handling System, Mouse Bed #2 with Containment System, 40mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Filters for BSL-2 Containment Protocol, Replacement O-ring Kit, Bench Top Gas Connector 
Price: $6,110.00

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AHS-1574-M3 | Animal Handling System, Mouse Bed #3 with Containment System, 40mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Filters for BSL-2 Containment Protocol, Replacement O-ring Kit, Bench Top Gas Connector
Price: $6,110.00


AHS-2750-M1 | Animal Handling System, Mouse Bed #1 with Containment System, 70mm Coupling System. Unit ships with Filters for BSL-2 Containment Protocol, Replacement O-ring Kit, Bench Top Gas Connector 
Price: $6,110.00

AHS-2750-PE | Animal Handling System, 70 mm coupling system, PerkinElmer bed without containment system Unit accepts / holds PE mouse cassette,  replacement o-ring kit, bench top gas connector 
Price: $6,000.00

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.AHS-2750-R1 | Animal Handling System, Rat Bed #1 with Containment System, 70mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Filters for BSL-2 Containment Protocol, Replacement O-ring Kit, Bench Top Gas Connector 
Price: $6,110.00

Positioning Receiver Assembly (PRA)
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.PRA-1000-M | Positioning Receiver Assembly for Mediso Multi-Modality Scanner, Nano  CT-PET, 70 mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support, Extension Required
Price: $7,400.00

PRA-2000, Positioning Receiver Assembly
.PRA-2000 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for SIEMENS, Inveon CT, Dedicated PET, and Inveon SPECT · CT Scanners, 70 mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $6,930.00

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.PRA-2000-MM | Positioning Receiver Assembly for SIEMENS, DockedPET · SPECT · CT, and PET · SPECT · CT Scanners, 70 mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $8,740.00


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PRA-3000-324 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for GE eXplore CT-120,  MicroCT Scanners, 70mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $8,080.00

PRA-3000-642 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for GE eXplore, speCZT Scanners, 55mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $8,400.00




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. PRA-3000-725 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for GE eXplore, speCZT Scanners,  70mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $8,400.00

PRA-4000_1
PRA-4000 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for MRI Applications,  70mm Coupling System, Unit is Designed to Interface to the PAS Product Line of Machine Specific Assemblies 
Price: $7,150.00

.PRA-8000 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for Trifoil Triumph II, LabPET Solo, 70mm Coupling System, Unit Ships with Cables to Connect to all Physiological Support 
Price: $7,800.00

.PRA-9000 | Positioning Receiver Assembly for Bruker Autopac, 70mm Coupling System, Multi-Modality 
Price: $7,590.00

Extensions and Reduction Unions for (PRA)
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RU-7040 | Reduction Union for Siemens, Inveon CT, Dedicated PET, and Inveon SPECT · CT Scanners, 70mm Coupling to 40mm Coupling
Price: $6,930.00

Positioning Assembly Systems (PAS)
.PAS-2000 | Positioning Assembly System for AGILENT/GE 901, with 205/120 Gradient and 72/119 Volume AD Coil (Rapid), Individual Coil Spacers may be Required 
Price: $8,250.00

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.PAS-3000 | Positioning Assembly System for RRI systems, with BFG 200/115 Gradient and RFG 115/72 Coil, Individual Coil Spacers may be Required 
Price: $8,250.00

.PAS-3000-BRU | Positioning Assembly System for RRI Gradient Systems, with BFG 200/115 and Bruker 113 x 86 and 113 x 60 Coils, Individual Coil Spacers May be Required 
Price: $8,250.00

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*Pictures are courtesy of the respective institutions. Credits: (1) Uniformed Services, Washington D.C; (2) MI Bioresearch, Ann Arbor, MI; and (3) Georgetown University, Washington D.C