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About Us - Small Animal Imaging Facility Core Facility - University of Massachusetts

About Us

The UMMS Radio Labeling Small Animal Imaging Core Facility was established in early 2008 to serve the UMMS and extramural research community by providing state-of-the-art small animal imaging. Currently this includes consultation services to assist researchers in designing imaging studies that are appropriate for their goals, limited labeling services and data acquisition and analysis.

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Services and Fees - Small Animal Imaging Facility Core Facility - University of Massachusetts

Services and Fees

Our RLASTIC core lab has best-in-class equipment and provides a comprehensive list of services to both the internal and external research community, including: (1) Single Photon Computerized Tomography (SPECT), (2) Positron Emission Computerized Tomography (PET), (3) X-Ray Computerized Tomography (CT) and (4) NIR optical imaging of small animals.

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Examples of Imaging/Tomography - Small Animal Imaging Facility Core Facility - University of Massachusetts

Examples of Imaging/Tomography

This image is an example of the pharmacokinetic data obtainable from a single animal, in this case imaged on the NanoSPECT/CT camera with image quantiation of three acquisitions. Typical projections of one tomographic acquisition obtained on the NanoSPECT/CT camera of a tumored mouse receiving a radiolabeled agent and imaged at 3 hr post injection.

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