Manufacturing Partners

Aspect Imaging

Aspect Imaging, global leaders in MRI technology, has designed the M-Series to allow all researchers the ability to harness the power and insights of MRI as quickly and easily as 3D echo and other mobile imaging modalities that are used today.

Baker Ruskinn

Baker Ruskinn, a global leader in the design and development of anaerobic and precision low-oxygen cell culture solutions for research labs involved in cancer, stem cell and microbiology studies introduces VelO2x, a Rapid Oxygen Control Chamber.

Brightonix

Brightonix Imaging has created an advanced silicon photomultiplier (SiPM) based PET insert for truly simultaneous PET/MR imaging. The engineering team at Brightonix has developed a state-of-the-art, compact, insert with low power consumption and excellent PET detector stability.

CytoSmart

CytoSMART is an innovator in kinetic live-cell imaging. Combining compact and fast imaging hardware with powerful image analysis algorithms supported by cloud computing. Automation in time-lapse microscopy and image based cell counting to generate high-quality and robust data.

preclinical research solutions distributor for Indus Instruments

Indus Instruments manufactures tools for studying vascular and cardiac function, as well as a uniquely comprehensive surgical monitoring system for rodents. Their Doppler Flow Velocity System, able to measure blood flow up to a 1cm depth, is a noninvasive technology for assessing cardiovascular function in small animals.

Kaha Sciences Telemetry from Scintica Instrumentation

Kaha Sciences provides wireless telemetry solutions enabling researchers to obtain physiological data in conscious, freely moving animals over long periods of time. Capabilities include ventricular and arterial pressures, sympathetic nerve activity, biopotentials (ECG, EMG and EEG) and tissue oxygen.

Living Systems

Living Systems Instrumentation designs, develops, and manufactures instruments for in vitro research studies of pressurized, perfused, cannulated blood vessels. These include vessel chambers and electro-mechanical apparatus for the measurement and control of pressure, flow rate and vessel dimensions. Products also included small vessel, pressure and wire myograph.

preclinical research solutions distributor for Oxford Optronix

Oxford Optronix is a global pioneer based out of the United Kingdom in the design, development and manufacture of sophisticated instrumentation for the life sciences. Since 1991, they have provided innovative products such as oxygen monitors, hypoxia chambers, colony and spheroid counters, as well single and multi-channel tissue blood flow monitors using advanced laser technology.

preclinical research solutions distributor for Oxford Optronix

Osteosys has been providing clinical body composition analyzers for over 20 years, with around 20,000 systems installed world-wide. With a strong background in research and development, Osteosys took their experience with clinical DXA technology and created the iNSiGHT system, providing researchers with a state of the art tool to study body composition non-invasively.

Optiscan (ASX:OIL) is a global leader in the development of endomicroscopic imaging technologies for medical, translational, and pre-clinical applications. Our technology enables real-time, in vivo imaging at the cellular level in human and animal tissue and is used by leading research institutions and hospitals in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

preclinical research solutions distributor for MDE GmbH

Instruments designed and manufactured by MDE GmbH provide the highest level of precision and accuracy required for physiological and pharmacological research. They offer sensors, amplifiers and software, including fully configured systems and accessories for Cardiac, Vascular and Gastroenterological research.

RWD

RWD Surgical & Anesthesia Solutions for Small Animal Research: There is growing demand for anesthesia equipment designed for small laboratory animals. RWD designs and manufactures complete anesthesia systems and accessories for the smallest preclinical research subjects.

S-Sharp

Invicro, a Konica Minolta company, is an integral part of Konica Minolta’s precision medicine initiative, which aims to accelerate personalized medicine, discover novel therapeutic targets and develop innovative therapeutic technologies for unmet medical needs. 

S-Sharp

IVIM Technology was founded on the innovative technology of IntraVital Microscopy (IVM) developed by the Korea Advanced Institute of Technology (KAIST). First founded in 2017, IVIM Technology released the IVM-C and IVM-CM models in 2018. The IVM-M and IVM-MS models were released later in 2019. In mid-2020, a US-based reference site was established at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.

Sedecal

Sedecal has long been an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) for many of the largest clinical equipment suppliers, and their preclinical PET/CT systems are well known around the world, formerly sold as GE’s eXplore Vista or BioScan’s BioPET/CT. Also offered is a standalone compact PET system.

S-Sharp

S-Sharp has been providing cutting edge ultrasound technology for many years, with a strong R&D team of engineers. The Prospect T1 is the first tablet based ultrasound system on the market, drastically reducing its footprint within the laboratory environment.

Vilber

VILBER is a life science company developing and manufacturing fluorescence, chemiluminescence and bioluminescence imaging systems for applications ranging from animals to cell biology research. Founded in 1954, Vilber is a leader in the molecular imaging sector.

Vilber

Poietis is a biotechnology company ­specialized in the development and manufacturing of ­human tissues by 4D bioprinting. Since its ­inception in 2014 the company has been ­developing ­physiological models, in partnership with the world’s leading ­pharmaceutical and cosmetic groups.

S-Sharp

PhotoSound Technologies, Inc. has been developing and commercializing devices and electronic components for biomedical imaging utilizing optics and photoacoustics. They develop 3D imaging platforms for in vivo preclinical research and drug discovery based on the co-registration of photoacoustic and fluorescent images.