Quantitative optical molecular imaging system by PerkinElmer

Solaris quantitative optical molecular imaging system from PerkinElmer

The Solaris quantitative optical molecular imaging system from PerkinElmer (Waltham, MA) has preclinical utility in small- and large-animal studies, with the goal of advancing drug discovery and translational research to develop and validate molecular-guided surgical research protocols. When combined with the company's fluorescence molecular imaging probes, the system can bridge molecular imaging research techniques to support potential clinical outcomes. Applications include drug efficacy, drug safety, measurement of real-time biological therapeutic responses, and advanced molecular-guided surgery applications such as surgical tumor margin determination in live animal models.

For more information, please visit www.perkinelmer.com/Catalog/Product/ID/CLS139884.

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