Ultrasensitive and fast multimodal preclinical PET/CT imaging at your benchtop. The G-Platform offers Full Solutions for PET Imaging and includes the G4 and G8 imaging systems.
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The G-Platform offers full solutions for PET Imaging and includes the G4 and G8 imaging systems introduced by PerkinElmer in partnership with Sofie Biosciences. The G8 preclinical PET/CT imaging system redefines PET/CT. Purposely developed for small animal imaging this technology offers exquisite sensitivity while supporting fast imaging parameters, all in a seamless format. The G8 preclinical PET/CT imaging system enables high-quality breakthrough innovation, impacting overall research in biodistribution, ADME/Tox, oncology and neuroimaging applications.
Benchtop PET/CT Scanner at Unparalleled Sensitivity
The G8 high impact PET/CT integrates revolutionary PET technology with a high-quality, sub-minute microCT scanner to produce quality images and quantitative data. The system is supported with integrated anesthesia, intuitive workflow, and ease-of-use software, all within an ultra-compact footprint of 22” W by 28” H to fit in any biology, radiochemistry and core lab.
Simplified Workflow and Analysis
An essential tool for translational research, the G8 PET/CT system offers advanced automatic co-registration of acquired PET and CT data generating tomographic, whole body images with organ-level anatomical references. Our PET platform is equipped with a unique docking station offering automated anesthesia and heating for efficient animal prep, simplified and higher throughput workflow.
Disclaimer: For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
|Imaging Modality||PET Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||G-Platform|
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|Brochure||3D Multimodality Imaging: See disease in all its dimensions||PDF 2 MB|
|Product Note||CHN_01_PRD_G8||PDF 1 MB|
|Product Note||G8 PET/CT Imaging System (Product Note)||PDF 1 MB|
|White Paper||Setting up a PET Imaging Lab (White Paper)||PDF 283 KB|
|Application Note||Immuno-PET: PET Imaging using Radiolabeled Antibodies (AppNote)||PDF 806 KB|
|Application Note||Radiochemistry: PET Probe Development and Imaging||PDF 672 KB|
|Technical Note||Multimodal Co-registration Using the Quantum GX, G8 PET/CT and IVIS Spectrum Imaging Systems (TechNote)||PDF 4 MB|
|Technical Note||PET101 - Best Practices for Preclinical 18F-FDG PET Imaging (TechNote)||PDF 2 MB|
|Poster||Multimodality workflow for assessing drug distribution & efficacy in breast cancer xenografts||PDF 908 KB|
|Poster||Publication Note: Novel 89Zr cell labeling approach for PET-based cell trafficking studies||PDF 330 KB|
|Featured Publication Note||[18F]CFA as a Clinically Translatable Probe for PET imaging of Deoxycytidine Kinase Activity||PDF 247 KB|
|Flyer||Making Preclinical PET/CT More Accessible (Flyer)||PDF 681 KB|
|Citations Library||View peer reviewed publications using PerkinElmer's In Vivo Imaging systems||Link|
|Event||Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)|
|Microsite||For more comprehensive information about our Preclinical PET Solutions, please visit our microsite||Link|
|Software Downloads||In Vivo Imaging Software Downloads||Link|
|Video Article||JoVE Video Articles||Link|
|Webinars||Novel PET radiochemistries: Improving understanding & detection of disease - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||In Vivo Imaging: Advancing Preclinical and Translational Science in Molecular and Orthopedic Research at UCLA - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||In Vivo Imaging Today and Tomorrow: How multimodal imaging is driving translational research - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||Accelerating Therapeutic Development Through PET and Optical Preclinical Imaging - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||In Vivo Multimodal Imaging: Combining Functional and Anatomical Modalities to Enrich Your Data - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||View our complete list of in vivo webinars available on demand||Link|
|Webinars||ImmunoPET Using Nanobodies - View On Demand||Link|