In vivo imaging has had a profound role in evaluating disease biology and facilitating drug research and development. However one of the challenges researchers are faced with is each imaging modality offers its own unique strengths such as resolution, sensitivity, or throughput. In addition, modalities such as optical and PET provide functional information while microCT and ultrasound provide anatomical information.
By combining imaging modalities you get more insight into functional, molecular and anatomical information from the same study which ultimately enables you to accelerate, enhance and broaden your understanding of disease biology.
Multimodality imaging generates more meaningful information by obtaining the maximum amount of data from your animal models with solutions that leverage the strengths of each modality. Designed with co-registration in mind, we offer integrated and standalone systems with the necessary tools to allow you to seamlessly combine functional and anatomical data.