First sub-half mm3 PET volumetric resolution
12 cm PET transaxial FOV @ 9% absolute sensitivity
Monte-Carlo DOI estimation and PSF modelling
PET ring with premium performance (P12) or cost efficiency (P8)
Best resolution in the industry with high sensitivity: fully integrated, large FOV small animal PET/CT system for quantitative in vivo imaging with complete animal handling system
The nanoScan PET/CT preclinical in vivo imager offers user-friendly imaging and the broadest range of supported applications in one simple to use, high-end PET/CT system. The nanoScan PET/CT is equipped with an imaging technology that is widely considered to have most advanced PET and CT detector construction, data processing and reconstruction chain in the industry.
The preclinical nanoScan PET/CT ensures achieving the best imaging resolution as well as the highest sensitivity with unmatched image quality in the whole body of the animal.
Looking for exceptional soft-tissue contrast, and anatomical information obtained with non-ionizing radiation in the preclinical imaging field? Read more about our nanoScan PET/MRI.
Highest resolution PET subsystem with outstanding quantification:
Imaging capability for larger animals, such as monkeys with 16cm gantry bore diameter and 12 cm Transaxial Field of View (TFOV) in both modalities
Open tunnel PET/CT construction
Fully integrated with MultiCell™, the complete small animal environment system to provide vital support functions to lab animals during the whole application process
Integrated cardiac and respiratory gating capabilities for both PET and CT
Standalone use is possible for each modality
Fully compatible with nanoScan® PET/MRI, NanoSPECT/CT® and NanoPET/CT®
Compliant with CE, DICOM, CFR 21 industry standards
Compact and easy-to-use design
Selected Features for CT subsystem
The X-ray CT alone is a powerful whole-body preclinical imaging system on its own right. Image the largest variety of species in industry including larger animals or a whole body mouse scan in one bed position. Offering a very large detector surface area and large bore with helical scanning possibility, variable zoom (up to 8) and high power X-ray source (up to 80W).
Selected Features for PET subsystem