TriTom Imaging Platform

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The TriTom imaging platform based on Photoacoustic Fluorescence Tomography (PAFT) technology provides unparalleled capabilities for whole body imaging and in vivo characterization of small animal biomedical models. The platform integrates three complimentary 3D imaging modalities into a single powerful instrument by enabling co-registered Photoacoustic Tomography (PAT) and Fluorescence Molecular Tomography (FMT) or Bioluminescence Tomography (BLT).​​

  • Built-in Life Support delivers oxygen/anesthesia directly to the sample
  • Water Control Unit maintains clean, heated sound coupling medium with controls to fill, drain and clean the Imaging Chamber
  • sCMOS Camera covering a broad range of fluorescent and bioluminescent emissions
  • Imaging Chamber with optimally arranged optical excitation ports and safety interlocks on dual access doors
  • 96-CH Data Acquisition Unit optimized for detection of photoacoustic waves
  • EMI protected 96-CH Curved Array of photoacoustic transducers
  • Temperature Control Unit maintains sample environment within ± 0.1°C
  • Precision rotary stage enabling tomographic scan of the sample
  • Durable key slot extrusion housing with safety interlocks

Technical Specifications

Fluorescence tomography of live mouse with a subcutaneous injection of ICG illuminated at 760 nm.

Photoacoustic tomography of live mouse illuminated at 790 nm.

Photoacoustic tomography of live mouse skin illuminated at 532 nm.

Fluorescence tomography of live mouse with a subcutaneous injection of ICG illuminated at 780 nm.

Photoacoustic tomography of live mouse illuminated at 750 nm

Photoacoustic tomography of live mouse illuminated at 780 nm.

Photoacoustic tomography of live mouse illuminated at 780 nm.