Bruker’s new SkyScan 1276 in vivo microCT combines high-resolution, speed, accessibility and innovation to uphold improved in vivo scanning of small laboratory animals and biological samples in preclinical studies. With continuously variable magnification, encompassing a smallest pixel size of 2.8µm, and a shortest scanning cycle of 3.9 seconds, it gives researchers access to high-quality images at a higher through-put.
The SkyScan 1276 is also the world’s first microtomography system with rapid helical scanning, and unique InstaRecon® technology allowing reconstruction of images, up to 8000x8000 pixels per slice, faster than other conventional algorithms. Researchers will also benefit from easily accessible results, with a user-friendly touchscreen, and the ability to view and share images on any iOS, or android, mobile device.
Kjell Laperre, PhD - Applications Manager, Bruker microCT
Lab Managers, Scientists, Researchers, Technicians, Students working in Academia, Hospitals or Institutions currently interested in the expanding field of microCT for preclinical Applications.
- Research group leaders
- Laboratory managers
- Biomedical Scientists
- microCT Specialist
- Bone Researchers