X-Rad 320

The X-Rad 320 is a self contained biological irradiator for in vivo and in vitro applications. The x-ray tube produces a highly homogenous beam with a maximum power output of 320kV for fast and accurate dosage. It is a fully shielded system ensuring user safety during operation and is calibrated for a maximum sample diameter of 23cm. The system has an easy to use touch screen interface with saveable programs for ease of repeatability. BRIL has a restraining device available for whole body irradiation of up to 12 mice. The doses can also be adjusted for therapeutic evaluation with commercial or custom designed lead shielded restraints.

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Dr Tzong Tyng Hung

Dr Tzong Tyng Hung

Position: National Imaging Fellow
Facility: Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory
Category: Academic Staff
Laboratory: Imaging

Research interests include applications of high frequency ultrasound, PET-CT imaging for prostate cancer detection.

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