Cubresa Inc – The PET Insert Experts
"The combined Cubresa PET/MRI system has been a crucial tool in advancing our understanding of adoptive cell therapy of brain tumors."
Amer Najjar, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Pediatrics, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Simultaneous PET/MRI Imaging
Cubresa introduces the NuPET™ in-bore Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanner for molecular imaging in small-animal research using your existing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system. Preclinical researchers can non-invasively generate 3D images of biochemical processes in live animals. This clinically translatable technology has the sensitivity to track compound distribution in vivo, and is paired with the anatomical imaging technique of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to quantify tracer concentrations in organs of interest.
Non-invasively generate 3D images of biochemical processes in live animals with Cubresa’s in-bore NuPET™ Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging system for your existing preclinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system. Add precisely registered molecular imaging to high-resolution anatomic imaging with simultaneous PET/MR imaging.
Advanced solid-state, chip-based detectors optimized for small-animal subjects preserve important performance parameters such as spatial resolution and sensitivity. With the industry’s most compact footprint, Cubresa’s PET scanner integrates with existing preclinical MRI systems to deliver simultaneous PET/MR imaging without impacting standalone MRI performance.
Incredibly flexible, the NuPET system can be used in multiple MRIs within a research lab. Completely mobile, the insert can be moved and inserted into various systems as required. This feature enables research groups to share equipment and move NuPET across the lab, down the hall, or to another building. Alternatively, NuPET can also be used as a stand-alone PET imaging system, when simultaneous imaging is not required.