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iBox® Explorer™ Fluorescence Imaging Microscope Released at the 2010 World Molecular Imaging Conference


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UVP, LLC will exhibit at World Molecular Imaging Conference in Kyoto, Japan from September 8 – 11, 2010 to showcase the new iBox® Explorer™ Fluorescence Imaging Microscope along with UVP’s extensive line of iBox in vivo imaging systems for high resolution analysis of fluorescently tagged cells, tissues, organs and whole animals in the visible and NIR wavelengths.

UVP now offers three systems for real time, fluorescence imaging to speed up basic and preclinical research studies in tumors, oncology, heart and metabolic diseases.

The iBox Explorer is unique in its ability to micro image cells and organs subcutaneously and within the body cavity of living mice. The iBox Explorer joins the whole mouse imagers iBox Scienta and iBox Spectra in revolutionizing in vivo fluorescent imaging.

The iBox Explorer operates through its software control using optical configurations that are parcentered and parfocal, allowing seamless imaging through the magnification ranges. Included is a high frame rate cooled color camera with technology that can enable quick detection, image capture and high throughput. Applications of the iBox Explorer include imaging whole organs, tumor/host margins and interactions, tumor micro environment, vasculature, and micro metastases.

UVP’s line of BioImaging Systems includes the BioSpectrum® multifunctional imaging systems which combines a high resolution CCD camera and advanced features for enhanced imaging fluorescent and chemiluminescent imaging capabilities.
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