Scintica Instrumentation offers research equipment that specialize in detecting and investigating potential undesirable pharmacodynamic effects of new chemical entities on physiological functions in relation to exposure in the therapeutic range and above. 



Chronic monitoring of physiological parameters is made possible with telemetry. The mouse telemetry system from Indus Instruments enables ECG, temperature and activity recording in mice. The telemetry system from Kaha Sciences enables biopotential  and activity recording in mice. Using telemetry enables long-term studies and reduces stress artifacts in data as animals do not require constant handling.

Prospect T1

High Frequency Ultrasound

Ultrasound imaging is a non-invasive way to visualize a number of anatomical structures and disease processes in mice including, cardiovascular research, cancer biology, abdominal/anatomical targets, developmental biology, and opthamology. Image guided needle injection, 3D imaging, sonoporation, and shear wave elastography are all possible using this system.

Cardiac Function

Cardiac function

There are multiple methods for assessing cardiovascular function in mouse models of cardiovascular disease. We offer a variety of solutions for  in vivo and in vitro measurement, as well as options for chronic measurement in a variety of murine models. These systems are suitable for assessing a wide range of parameters including blood flow velocity, isolated heart function, ECG, blood pressure and more.


PET/CT Imaging

PET/CT Imaging is a non-invasive way to visualize metabolic or biochemical activity in the mouse. In mouse models, PET/CT imaging can now be an affordable way to make the most of models relevant in cancer biology, cardiovascular research, neurological research, and developmental biology. Customizable radioactive tracers allow for the investigation of any compound within the mouse anatomy.

MRI Systems

MR Imaging

MRI is the gold standard in soft tissue imaging. The M-seriesTM compact MRI system provides anatomical and morphological images to pre-clinical researcher focused on a variety of disease models including cancer, neurology, cardiovascular, inflammation, obesity & diabetes, as well as specific organ diseases and developmental biology.

Newton 7.0 from Vilber

Newton 7.0

The Newton 7.0 is an innovative optical bioluminescence and fluorescence imaging system designed with the user in mind. It is ideal for in vivo, ex vivo and in vitro imaging applications, allowing for simultaneous imaging of multiple animals or samples at a time. It combines the best optics and animal handling features for optimum scientific images and results. Capable for large throughput studies, up to 5 mice at a time.

Hypoxia Chambers


Ideal for mouse models, the VelO2x system was created to provide controlled and isolated environments. By simulating the conditions experienced within a diseased state, VelO2x allows researchers to better understand the impact that O2 levels have across various conditions.

Gelcount- Oxford Optronix

Colony Counter

For those performing spheroids or tumor forming assays the GelCount is an automated colony counter that saves researchers from the painstaking task of  potentially counting thousands of wells manually. Besides saving researchers large amounts of time and effort the system also calculates various growth dynamics, like diameter, which is not possible though manual counts alone.