CRi debuts in vivo imaging system
Cambridge Research & Instrumentation (Cri) has released its Maestro EX in vivo imaging fluorescence system.

Flex technology enables both broad- and narrow-band spectral imaging. The user can select high optical throughput for reduced experiment times or increased spectral resolution for enhanced separation of similar fluorescent labels, according to CRi.

The Boston-based company said that the imaging system also allows for more precise detection and quantitation of molecular probes in live animals and complements the automated high-throughput Maestro 2 imaging system, by providing comparable imaging performance in a design intended for lower-throughput manual operation.