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Macro to Micro Fluorescence In Vivo Imaging with the iBox Explorer2 Imaging Microscope

iBox Explorer

The iBox® Explorer™2 Imaging Microscope now features expanded capabilities for detection of fluorescent markers in small animals

With magnification from whole mouse to individual cells, the iBox Explorer2 provides breakthrough advances for cancer research studies. Researchers can now visualize tumor margins, micro metastasis and more with the wide range of magnifications from 0.17x to 16.5x. The upright optics provide an ultra-long working distance and high numerical aperture (NA) for detailed, exacting in vivo imaging research. 

"Integrating the new optics further expands the instrument's current capabilities. Designed to transition from the macroscopic to the microscopic scale, the iBox Explorer2 permits deeper interrogation of a fluorescent signal in real time which otherwise would have necessitated cross-sectional studies," states Antonio Sanchez, MD, UVP Life Scientist. "Scientists imaging whole animals for tumor tracking or biodistribution will be able to 'dive deeper' into the animal in order to investigate biological phenomena at the cellular level."

The iBox Explorer2 produces detailed images of tissues and cells with the leading-edge cooled scientific grade CCD camera. VisionWorks®LS software automates research with total system control and allows easy creation of templates for reproducible and consistent results.

The iBox Explorer2 utilizes the BioLiteTM Xe light source which provides bright illumination for multispectral fluorescent, visible and NIR excitation. The BioLite Xe houses a 150-watt xenon lamp that supplies brilliant excitation of fluorescent probes for a variety of applications. The BioLite Xe includes an eight-position emission filter wheel and convenient switching between experiments and multiplexing applications. 

The iBox Explorer2 is the ideal system for in vivo imaging applications including

 

  • Tumor shedding and angiogenesis

  • Micro/Macro metastases

  • Tumor/host margins and interactions

  • Tumor micro environment

  • Primary tumor growth

  • Hematogenous and Intralymphatic trafficking

  • Extravasation

  • Biodistrubtion


The iBox Explorer2 Imaging Microscope takes in vivo imaging to a new level with macro to micro subcutaneous to internal fluorescent imaging with one instrument.

For more information on the iBox Explorer, contact UVP's offices in Upland, CA at (800) 452-6788 or Cambridge, UK at +44(0)1223-420022, or go to uvp.com.

 

About UVP, LLC


UVP is a global leader in life science imaging, supplying imaging systems for academic, biopharmaceutical and biotechnology applications. With core expertise as the leading developer and manufacturer of ultraviolet products since 1932, UVP continues to provide innovative products and specializes in fluorescence and luminescence-based imaging applications for the life sciences. The organization provides comprehensive service and support to customers and dealers worldwide. UVP's headquarters and manufacturing operations are located in Upland, California. European Operations, Ultra-Violet Products Ltd., is headquartered in Cambridge, England.


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