Pearl Trilogy Small Animal In Vivo Optical Imaging System
- Quantitative near-Infrared fluorescence and bioluminescence
- Ideal for in vivo probe analysis
- Highly sensitive: image smaller, deeper targets
- Single image aquisition, no saturation
- Easy-to-use, little training required
- Affordable, even for smaller labs
Quantitative near-infrared fluorescence imaging in vivo
The Pearl Trilogy System is a near-infrared fluorescent and bioluminescent small-animal imaging system. It is an ideal imaging system for the in vivo evaluation of reporter-labeled probes during probe development.
Engineered with single-camera optics and uniform illumination across the entire imaging area, the Pearl Trilogy provides an optimal imaging setup for small animal studies. The same laser-based NIR detection makes animal tissue virtually transparent, which aids greatly in tracking the biodistribution and clearance of probes and agents in vivo.
Combined with intuitive and easy to use Image Studio™ software, the Pearl Trilogy quickly becomes the favorite system in any lab, regardless of experience level.
See the complete picture with Pearl Trilogy’s FieldBright™ Xi2 optical system and get consistent, reproducible data with every image.
Sensitive Animal Imaging with Low Background
In the visible light range, animal tissue strongly absorbs light and has high autofluorescence. For monitoring biodistribution and clearance of imaging probes and agents, or detecting specific targets, you need accurate signals with low background noise.
The Pearl Trilogy makes sure you can trust your data, by imaging in the near-infrared spectrum:
- Minimized tissue autofluorescence with high signal-to-noise ratios and exceptional sensitivity
- Uniform illumination across the entire imaging area gives you consistent data that does not vary spatially
- No more adjusting camera settings provide an optimal imaging setup for all your in vivo data acquisition needs, so you always get it right the first time, whether you image one mouse, or twenty
It’s Easy and Robust
- Single button acquisition
- No signal saturation
- No camera adjustment
- Less instrument downtime
- Fewer headaches