The design of our PET cameras is based on the belief that molecular imaging should concentrate on the animals and workflow instead of figuring out complicated machinery. We think research tools are only as good as the data we get out of them.
We know the bottleneck of imaging is in probe production. We had our own needs for radiochemistry – both in R&D and production – and decided to build synthesizers to answer them. We think they can answer yours, too.
We know a single PET probe can’t answer every question, so we’re investing in the development of new ones. The biology of disease needs all hands on deck with a diverse arsenal. Are you ready?