SI Imaging instrumentation for advanced molecular imaging


The AMI 1000 advanced molecular imager from Spectral Instruments Imaging (SI Imaging; Tucson, AZ) delivers advanced quantitative analytical methodologies. The instrumentation includes -90°C air-cooled cameras, versatile optics and LED-based illumination and calibration standards. Quantitative software provides rapid analysis and accurate results for bioluminescent, fluorescent, and x-ray modalities, while image layering combines optical and x-ray images for data presentation and analysis.




AMI 1000 Unveiled

Tucson, Arizona – October 14, 2010 - Spectral Instruments Imaging (SI Imaging) brings improved performance to the world of molecular imaging! Combining “state-of-the-art” technology with ultra-high performance imaging hardware, SI Imaging delivers advanced quantitative analytical methodologies featuring ease of use, accuracy, reliability and modern design with completely integrated hardware and software.

Conceived and built from the ground up by the minds behind the original IVIS instrumentation, new high-performance, bioluminescent, fluorescent, and x-ray modalities are now available to the laboratory researcher for both in vitro and in vivo imaging in one bench top instrument. The SI Imaging instrumentation embodies 21st century modules including –90°C air-cooled cameras, custom versatile optics and LED-based illumination and calibration standards.

SI Imaging software fully integrates the high performance camera and automated equipment to create the shortest path from experiment to results. The fully quantitative software with intuitive controls provides rapid analysis and accurate results for the most demanding applications. Image layering combines optical and x-ray images for the highest quality data presentation and analysis.


Posted by Lee Mather

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