Image beyond the chamber with Solaris™ fluorescence image guided-surgery system. Designed to image both large and small animals, the Solaris™ is a high impact research tool that allows researchers to more effectively translate in vivo preclinical imaging models to accelerate research.
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The system is the first small and large animal imaging system that is designed to be used across a broad spectral range of fluorescent probes enabling versatility in therapeutic development and image-guided surgery research.
Flexible for both invasive and non-invasive imaging in many applications across preclinical research including, image-guided tumor resection, inflammation, cell tracking, lymph node mapping, and more, Solaris is designed as a true multispecies imaging system, allowing translation from mice to dogs, pigs and non-human primates.
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Disclaimer: For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
|Imaging Modality||Optical Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||Solaris|
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|Brochure||Solaris Open Air Fluorescence Imaging System (Product Note)||PDF 815 KB|
|Poster||Open air fluorescence imaging of tumors using a new, multi-channel translational imaging system||PDF 2 MB|
|Poster||Open air fluorescence imaging using the Solaris imaging system||PDF 1 MB|
|Poster||Open-air fluorescence-guided imaging & detection of tumors using a hands-free translational platform||PDF 717 KB|
|Poster||Open-air fluorescence-guided imaging of tumors using a hands-free translational platform with LCTF||PDF 716 KB|
|Poster||Translational System for Open-Air Fluorescence Imaging||PDF 750 KB|
|Citations Library||View peer reviewed publications using PerkinElmer's In Vivo Imaging systems||Link|
|Software Downloads||In Vivo Imaging Software Downloads||Link|
|Video Article||JoVE Video Articles||Link|
|Webinars||Solaris - A novel open-air fluorescence imaging system for image-guided surgery applications - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||In Vivo Imaging Today and Tomorrow: How multimodal imaging is driving translational research - View On Demand||Link|
|Webinars||View our complete list of in vivo webinars available on demand||Link|