The FMT 4000 fluorescence tomography imaging system provides the greatest utility of the FMT Systems with the ability to quantitate up to four fluorophores simultaneously. It comes with four excitation laser channels (635, 680, 750, & 790 nm).
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FMT for Fluoresence Tomography: 3 Steps to Generate Fluoresence Tomographic Data in vivo
Quick to learn. Fast to image. Easy to quantify.
STEP 1: FMT Data Generation
FMT laser-driven transillumination generates paired absorption and fluorescence data maps throughout the animal.
The anesthetized mouse is comfortably placed in PerkinElmer's portable Animal Imaging Cassette. Imaging sessions are rapid (2-3 minutes per animal), animal handling is simple and the mouse remains stable and immobilized for consistent, repetitive imaging results
STEP 2: FMT Normalization
Insert the Animal Imaging Cassette into the FMT 2500. Easily position the anesthetized animal in the Imaging Cassette within the heated imaging chamber. Gas anesthesia is maintained.
STEP 3: FMT Reconstruction
Whatever your needs, PerkinElmer has a quantitative FMT platform to provide deeper insights to your biological questions. Select the FMT 1500 for quantitative imaging in individual laboratories, in smaller facilities or for single applications. The 4-channel FMT 2500 LX is available for laboratories requiring a broader range of applications and extensive multi-modality capabilities.
|Imaging Modality||Optical Imaging|
|Optical Imaging Classification||Fluorescence Imaging|
|Product Brand Name||FMT|
|Research Areas||In Vivo Research|