Intravital microscopy solutions that are simple and intuitive to use in preclinical research.
Intravital Microscopy(IVM) is an all-in-one two-photon and/or confocal microscopy system designed and optimized for longitudinal imaging of live animal models in vivo. This state-of-art equipment has been designed around ease-of-use and augmented throughput as a next-generation core technology for biologists and translational scientists to elucidate the underlaying mechanism of every biological phenomena at tissue and cellular level. Confocal IVM systems enable optical sectioning of in vivo tissue via rejection of out-of-focus fluorescence light coming from the background tissue which will result in images with high contrast and quality. Two-photon IVM systems are equipped with lasers which use longer-wavelength near-infrared (NIR) fs-pulse excitation capable of deep tissue imaging as well as label-free, non-linear multi-harmonic generation imaging (SHG, THG).
Why you need to get an IVIM Tech in your lab
Integrated temperature support, and physiological monitoring
Ensures animal well-being throughout the imaging session.
Integrated inhaled anesthesia
Ensures ease of animal handling and consistent plane of anesthesia
Animal motion compensation
Provides enhanced image quality on organs which may be affected by respiratory motion
User friendly design – both software and hardware
Allows for ease of use, and reproducible results
4-color simultaneous imaging
Confocal / Two-Photon Modes – Allows users to track the movement of several cells in vivo to better understand the biological processes being examined
Ultrafast rotating polygonal mirror scanner
Scanning with uniform excitation illumination over the entire field of view (FOV)
Publications, Webinars & More
Let’s dive into articles, publications, white papers and webinars related with the IVIM System
(December 7, 2022) Seminar: Real-time Intravital Microscopy (IVM) – In Vivo Cellular-level Imaging of Live Tissues and Organs
(December 7, 2022) Seminar: Real-time Intravital Microscopy (IVM) – In Vivo Cellular-level Imaging
(July 21, 2021) Webinar #3 Applications Review – Highlighting Imaging Examples Using the IVM Intravital Microscope
(July 21, 2021) Webinar #3 Applications Review – Highlighting Imaging Examples Using the
(June 23, 2021) Webinar #2 – Introducing the IVM Intravital Microscope Overview:In this