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FluorVivo Pathfinder - Small Animal Fluorescence Guided Surgery System

    • From Blue to NIR;
    • Simple & Fast;
    • Simultaneous imaging of both GFP and RFP;
    • Real-time multi-color imaging, live video;
    • Real-time spectral unmixing.

FluorVivo Pathfinder - Small Animal Fluorescence Guided Surgery System

    • From Blue to NIR;
    • Simple & Fast;
    • Simultaneous imaging of both GFP and RFP;
    • Real-time multi-color imaging, live video;
    • Real-time spectral unmixing.

  • The new FluorVivoTM Pathfinder represents the next generation in preclinical fluorescence-guided surgery for small animals. Our system provides real-time multicolor image guidance during preclinical surgery while displaying a full sized real-time image that allows excellent hand-eye coordination.

    FluorVivoTM Pathfinder supports a wide range of probes, allowing you to choose from ICG (near IR) to CFP/GFP (visible). The system permits surgery under moderate ambient light levels. The fabric barrier surrounding the open field of view provides direct access to the animal while maintaining a clean, dark environment.

    FluorVivo Pathfinder performs background subtraction and spectral separation of autofluorescence, in real time. Background regions can be shown in gray or hidden for best visualization of the fluorescent structures.










     

  • Provides interactive, real-time imaging for natural hand-eye coordination.

    Can be optimized for simultaneous imaging (in a single exposure) of both GFP and RFP.

    Multicolor imaging provides images in full, natural color - no learning curve required.

    Motorized optical zoom for convenient, adjustable magnification.

    Foot pedals provide hands-free image capture and manipulation.

    Quantitative fluorescence imaging - both manual and automated - for image analysis.

    Lowest cost of ownership on the market for this level of technology.

    System is portable - pick the system up by hand and move it.









  • Typical applications include real time imaging for the detection of cancer cells and investigations into tumor pathology, transplantation, implantation and gene therapy.