Small animal optical imaging system

One of the most powerful and versatile small animal optical imaging system for preclinical research

With multispectral fluorescence, luminescence, radioisotopic and high resolution X-ray imaging in one system, the MS FX PRO brings the broadest range of imaging applications - from protein blots to complex, longitudinal studies of disease states in vivo - to your lab.
Whether you need to develop fluorescent probes; track NIR fluorescent nanoparticles, peptides or proteins; quantify changes in localization and tumor burden; screen radioisotopic probes in multiple animals; study changes in bone density or perform ex vivo validation, the MS FX PRO drives your research to new levels of excellence.


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In-Vivo Optical Imaging of Prostate Tumors In Lobund Wistar Rats


  • NEW! Fast f/0.95 fixed lens option is ideal for laboratories whose research focuses on luminescence applications in vivo or ex vivo.
  • NEW! The MS FX PRO now comes standard with a high speed X-ray head providing X-ray images for co-registration in just 3 seconds.
  • The In-Vivo MS FX PRO now offers a choice of 10X zoom or a NEW fast f/0.95 lens for luminescence or high sensitivity radioisotopic applications
  • NEW high speed X-ray head for rapid 3 second small animal X-ray images3.3 X geometric magnification stage standard for very high resolution X-ray imaging
  • Unmatched versatility - 4 modalities (fluorescence, luminescence, radioisotopic and radiographic) in one system
  • Excitation-based spectral unmixing capability is standard – not a costly add-on
  • Exceptionally sharp, quantifiable X-ray images > 25 lp/mm with zoom lens system 
  • Luminescence sensitivity
  • Accurate scientific units (XD, pW/mm2, photons/sec/mm2, g/cm3 (long bones)
  • Patented wide angle emission filters - (interchangeable) Up to a large 200 mm FOV with zoom lense or 138 mm FOV with fixed lens option
  • Upgrade path from existing systems
  • Optional Multimodal Animal Rotation System (MARS) for 360 degree imaging


  •     Oncology
  •     Neuroscience
  •     Bone disease
  •     Cardiology
  •     Metabolic disease
  •     Autoimmune disorders
  •     Infectious disease
  •     Inflammation

and more.