In vivo Imaging

BRIL imaging technologies encompasses current major in vivo imaging modalities such as high frequency ultrasound, positron emission tomography (PET), micro computed tomography (microCT), and optical imaging (bioluminescence and fluorescence). The data from imaging platforms such as microPET-CT and ultrasound can have maximal clinical relevance, allowing quick bench-to-bedside technology transfer.

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Bruker BioSpec Avance III 94/20 Preclinical MRI

Bruker BioSpec Avance III 94/20 Preclinical MRI

The MRI facility at the UNSW’s BRIL is one of the most powerful small-animal MRIs in Australia and is is able to provide users with state-of-the-art small animal and sample imaging and MRI biomarker assessment. As part of the National Imaging Facility the scanner can be accessed by researchers from institutions from all over the country.

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EchoMRI Body Composition Analyzer

EchoMRI Body Composition Analyzer

The EchoMRI-900 uses the principle of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to 
measure the fat, lean, free water and total water mass of a mouse or rat.

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Inveon MicroPET-CT

Inveon MicroPET-CT

The Inveon μCT uses multiple axial x-rays of the animal to generate cross-sectional information or 3-dimensional reconstructions of the animal or parts of the animal. The μPET uses an LSO detector for fast scintillation decay time, high light output and effective atomic number.

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IVIS Lumina and IVIS SpectrumCT

IVIS Lumina and IVIS SpectrumCT

The IVIS Lumina provides a highly sensitive means to image fluorescent and/or bioluminescent reporters in vivo and in vitro. The IVIS SpectrumCT expands upon optical imaging capabilities as well as providing a microCT capability for anatomical referencing.

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