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FluorVivo 100

    • 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 100

    • 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 FluorVivoTM Model 100 represents the next generation in in vivo fluorescence imaging of small animals. Developed by INDEC BioSystems, the Model 100 performs in vivo whole body imaging of fluorescent structures, supporting a single probe of your choice from blue to NIR.

    It is an ideal starter system, optimized for a broad range of scientific applications, from basic research to pre-clinical drug screens. The Model 100 is modular and fully upgradeable to accommodate multiprobe applications, supports multiple cameras for more speed/sensitivity options, and can be complemented by a variable magnification option, the FluorVivoTM Mag.












  • in vivofluorescence imaging for a single probe from CFP and GFP out to ICG in the NIR.

    When used for GFP, it is optimized for simultaneous imaging (in a single exposure) of both GFP and RFP.

    Real time multicolor imaging? Images are in full color.

    Live video imaging and recording ? Perfect for fluorescence surgery applications.

    Quantitative ? Manual and automated analysis capabilities included.

    A complete, turn-key system with the lowest cost of ownership on the market.













  • Applications include live animal screening, fluorescence-guided surgery, dynamic imaging, tumor growth, angiogenesis, stem cell research, and validation of animal models.

    The Power of Fluorescence Imaging
    in vivofluorescence imaging techniques offer significant benefits when compared with bioluminescence methods:
    Speed ? Real-time imaging so fast that anesthesia is not required; each acquisition takes only a fraction of a second.
    Efficiency ? streamlined operation, even by a single person.
    Convenience ? anesthesia is rarely required.
    Simplicity ? a gentle animal restraint is usually sufficient.
    Economy ? new low price point, no maintenance cost.
    Flexibility ? genetic control of expression of multiple, distinct fluorescent proteins permit almost unlimited experimental possibilities.
    Future prospects ? will take optimal advantage of new markers (e.g. new fluorescent proteins, quantum dots).