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Biospace Lab’s digital autoradiography systems presents significant interests to complement in vivo acquisitions with
SPECT or PET.

Indeed, autoradiography acquisitions only require the preparation of tissue
sections since the imagers will detect
the exact same labelling which have been used for the SPECT or PET acquisition.

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BetaIMAGER™ systems
Ultrafast real time digital autoradiography solutions
 

The BetaIMAGER™ systems from Biospace Lab are unique solutions for rapid, high resolution, quantitative autoradiography of Beta emitting radioisotopes. Both systems need only a few hours to acquire data that may require exposures of many days or several weeks using autoradiography film or Storage Phosphor Screens. Disintegrations are detected in real-time and the data display is continuously updated during acquisition, so that under or over exposure of the sample. The sensitivity and resolution obtained with the ultra low energy beta emitting isotope tritium is exceptional and unequalled by any other technology. BetaIMAGER™ systems can simultaneously acquire data from multiple radioisotopes; whilst accurately discriminating between the separate emissions based on either a difference in emission energy or radioactive half-life. The multiplexing of various ligands and tracers in a single experiment is thereby made possible.




Whatever your autoradiography application is,
Biospace Lab has the ideal solution:


The BetaIMAGER™ TRACER
High Speed Autoradiography

The BetaIMAGER™ TRACER system is the system of choice for applications requiring the highest sensitivity and either high throughput, or larger sample sizes; Exceptional sensitivity can be obtained even with ultra-low energy tritium emissions: the TRACER system detects tritium levels as low as 0,007 cpm/mm2.



The BetaIMAGER™ DFINE
High Resolution Autoradiography


The BetaIMAGER™ DFINE system is the system of choice for applications involving smaller tissue sections and where the best possible spatial resolution is required,. Four samples, up to 24 x 32mm each in size can be loaded onto the automated stage for sequential image acquisition. Spatial resolution as high as 10μm can be achieved with Tritium.

 

 

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