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MicroCT in vivo scanner

Model # of equipment:

TriFoil eXplore CT120 Small-Animal X-ray CT Scanner

Brief Description of equipment:

The Ohio University MicroCT Scanner (OUµCT) allows non-destructive 3D x-ray imaging and digitization of objects smaller than about 10 cm diameter.

Capabilities of the equipment:

Live animals (e.g., mice and rats) can be imaged and even instrumented, and the OUµCT provides cardiac and respiratory gating that reduces motion artifact. The scanner has a unique power generator that allows faster and cleaner imaging, which improves data quality for dense specimens while also reducing x-ray dose and cost for all specimens. Resolution ranges from 25-100 microns. Specimen densities range from anatomical soft tissues to industrial applications.

Location of equipment:

Konneker Research Labs 35

Contact person for information or access to the equipment:

Name: Larry Witmer

Phone: (740) 591-7712

Email: witmerl@ohio.edu

Training/technical help available?

Training is provided and some technical consulting is available

Fees for use of equipment?

Cost per hour (Internal): $75.00

Cost per hour (External Academic): $150.00

Cost per hour (External Commercial): $180.00

Add on services: Slice Movies: $100.00

Add on services: 3D Analysis/Visualization: **TBD

** 3D Analysis/Visualization rate negotiated based on scope and length of time of project.

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MicroCT in vivo scanner

Last Updated: 03/22/2017