Imaging Solutions Newsletter
March 2018
Join us at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting

AACR Annual Meeting 2018
April 14 - 18, 2018
McCormick Place North/South
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Booth #2612



Advancing Cancer Research From Concept Through Translation
We look forward to seeing you at the 2018 AACR annual meeting where will be showcasing our comprehensive range of technology platforms for oncology research. Our full solutions, including reagents, instrumentation, and software for analysis in any model – DNA/RNA, cell, tissue or in vivo, will enable you to make more targeted discoveries, and faster.

In vivo Imaging
In vivo and ex vivo – microCT that goes beyond bone imaging
In vivo and ex vivo – microCT that goes beyond bone imaging Introducing the Quantum GX2, our most flexible preclinical microCT imaging system yet. With updated features and functionality, the Quantum GX2 is the one scanner you need for your preclinical research.
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High-Content Imaging
Analyzing 3D Cell Models? Don’t miss a thing
Analyzing 3D Cell Models? Don’t miss a thing The most physiologically relevant processes and insights are happening in 3D. Coming soon, the new version of Harmony® software enables you to image, visualize and analyze complex 3D cell models.
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Streamline your in vivo imaging workflow
Streamline your in vivo imaging workflow Spend less time setting up and running experiments and more time getting results with the IVIS® Lumina S5 and X5 high-throughput in vivo imaging systems and unique accessories to accelerate discovery.
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Phenotypic screening of oligodendrocyte differentiation
Phenotypic screening of oligodendrocyte differentiation Learn how Dr. Paul Tesar and colleagues, at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, used high-content screening to rapidly identify promising molecules for multiple sclerosis therapy.
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Choosing the right fluorescent probes for your imaging research has never been easier
Choosing the right fluorescent probes for your imaging research has never been easier Introducing fluorescent panels targeted for your research. Learn about our comprehensive suite of ready-to-use in vivo fluorescent probe panels targeting specific disease areas.
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New perspectives from phenotypic screens at no extra cost
New perspectives from phenotypic screens at no extra cost Learn how a single nuclear stain can enable phenotypic profiling and distinguish up to seven different cell types, without further staining or phenotypic markers.
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