NightOWL LB 983 in vivo Imaging System
The pioneering in vivo Imager
More than 20 years ago Berthold Technologies introduced one of the first in vivo imaging systems its Luminograph. For the first time it enabled to detect low light emission in organisms, opening up the opportunity of monitoring reporter genes in animals and plants in a noninvasive way. This new and exciting technology changed the way of medical research offering the important step of working under physiological conditions in a living animal.
Nowadays Berthold Technologies offers with the NightOWL II a state-of-the-art molecular imaging system for in vivo gene expression with luciferases and fluorescent proteins as well as for the localisation with fluorescent-labelled antibodies.
Sensitivity, versatility and ease-of-use in combination make the NightOWL a superior instrument.
- deep-cooled CCD camera
- moving camera for flexible field of view
- signal intensity is height-corrected
- multiple accessories for different specimens
- software controlled interfaces and power sockets
- ports for outside access
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