Solaris™ open air fluorescence imaging system is a high impact research tool that allows researchers to more effectively translate in vivo preclinical imaging models to accelerate clinical research.
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The system is the first small and large animal imaging system that was designed to be used across a broad spectral range of fluorescent probes enabling versatility in therapeutic development and surgical research.
Solaris fluorescent imaging system is designed for multispecies preclinical research, clinical translational and emerging veterinary surgical applications. Flexible for both invasive and non-invasive imaging in many applications of preclinical research including, oncology (tumor margins), inflammation, cardiovascular, and more. The system is also useful in academic veterinary research and veterinary surgical procedures as a next step for translation into the clinical setting.
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Disclaimer: For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
|Imaging Modality||Optical Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||Solaris|
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|Brochure||Solaris Open Air Fluorescence Imaging System (Product Note)||PDF 815 KB|
|Poster||Open air fluorescence imaging of tumors using a new, multi-channel translational imaging system||PDF 2 MB|
|Poster||Open air fluorescence imaging using the Solaris imaging system||PDF 1 MB|
|Poster||Open-air fluorescence-guided imaging & detection of tumors using a hands-free translational platform||PDF 717 KB|
|Poster||Open-air fluorescence-guided imaging of tumors using a hands-free translational platform with LCTF||PDF 716 KB|
|Poster||Translational System for Open-Air Fluorescence Imaging||PDF 750 KB|
|Citations Library||View peer reviewed publications using PerkinElmer's In Vivo Imaging systems||Link|
|Software Downloads||In Vivo Imaging Software Downloads||Link|
|Video Article||JoVE Video Articles||Link|
|Webinar||Solaris - A novel open-air fluorescence imaging system for image-guided surgery applications - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinar||In Vivo Imaging Today and Tomorrow: How multimodal imaging is driving translational research - View On Demand||Link|