The SkyScan 1276 from Bruker combines highest resolution, speed, accessibility and other innovations to advance improved in vivo scanning of small laboratory animals and of in vitro biological samples in preclinical studies. With continuously variable magnification, including a smallest pixel size of 2.8µm, and a shortest scanning cycle of 3.9 seconds, the SkyScan 1276 gives researchers access to highest-quality images at higher throughput. The SkyScan 1276 also is the world’s first in vivo microCT system with rapid helical scanning, and with unique InstaRecon® technology to reconstruct images up to 8000×8000 pixels per slice, faster than any other conventional algorithm. Researchers will also benefit from easy system control by a user-friendly touchscreen and the ability to view and share images on any iOS or android mobile device.
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