The iNSiGHT is a fully shielded DXA (DEXA, dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry) system, designed specifically for use on preclinical small animal models.



The iNSiGHT is a state-of-the-art dual energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA/DXA) system specifically designed for small animal imaging. The system is self-shielded, and can be installed in an existing laboratory space or within an animal facility. Images and data are acquired in approximately 25 seconds, with measurements including bone mineral density/content, lean vs fat mass/percentage, and images showing bone area, lean and fat tissue, as well as an x-ray attenuated image.

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Publications, White Papers & Tech Notes

Evaluation of iNSiGHT VET DXA

(Dual- Energy X-ray Absorptiometry) for assessing body composition in obese rats fed with high fat diet: a follow-up study of diet induced obesity model for 8 week

iNSiGHT Technical Note

Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA/DEXA) is a technique used to assess body composition

Metabolic activities

Metabolic activities affect femur and lumbar vertebrae remodeling, and anti-resorptive risedronate disturbs femoral cortical bone remodeling

Validation of Dual Energy X-Ray

Validation of Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in the Analysis of Body Composition in Mice

White Paper

Assessment of Accuracy and Reproducibility, as shown by Coefficient of Variation, using the iNSiGHT DXA System in both a Mouse and Rat Model

White Paper - DXA vs MRI

Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry (DXA or DEXA) versus echo magnetic resonance imaging (echo MR)

Mitohormesis in Hypothalamic

Mitohormesis in Hypothalamic POMC NeuronsMediates Regular Exercise-Induced High-TurnoverMetabolism

Hypoxic Exposure

Hypoxic Exposure Increases Energy Expenditure by Increasing Carbohydrate Oxidation in Mice

Primary cilia

Primary cilia mediate early life programming of adiposity through lysosomal regulation in the developing mouse hypothalamus

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