Scintica Instrumentation provides sales, service and support for life science research products in the US, Canada, and Europe. Our product portfolio includes equipment primarily designed for use with small animals including mice, rats, and guinea pigs. Brands include Optiscan-ViewnVivo, Indus Instruments, Oxford Optronix, Kaha Sciences, MDE GmbH and UNO BV Anesthesia.
Optiscan manufactures ViewnVivo – a real-time in vivo fluorescence microscopic imaging system with stunning picture quality and automated 3D Z-Stack image capture capabilities. Based on technological advances beyond the realm of fibre optics, the ViewnVivo system allows you to bring your imaging to the animal using innovative miniature, hand held probes.
Indus Instruments manufactures tools for studying vascular and cardiac function, as well as a uniquely comprehensive surgical monitoring system for rodents. Their Doppler Flow Velocity System, able to measure blood flow up to a 1cm depth, is a well published, noninvasive technology for assessing cardiovascular function in small animals.
Oxford Optronix is a global pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of sophisticated instrumentation for the life sciences. Since 1991, they have provided innovative products such as oxygen monitors, hypoxia chambers, colony and spheroid counters, as well single and multi-channel tissue blood flow monitors using advanced laser technology.
Kaha Sciences provides wireless telemetry solutions enabling researchers to obtain physiological data in conscious, freely moving animals over long periods of time. Capabilities include ventricular and arterial pressures, sympathetic nerve activity, biopotentials (ECG, EMG and EEG) and tissue oxygen.
UNO BV offers innovative anesthesia and surgical solutions for small animal research. Products include microventilators, vaporizers, gas exhaust units and absorbers, intubation aids, induction boxes, controlled heating & warming systems, surgical retraction devices, cold light sources, euthanasia kits and more.
Instruments designed and manufactured by MDE GmbH provide the highest level of precision and accuracy required for physiological and pharmacological research. They offer sensors, amplifiers and software, including fully configured systems and accessories for Cardiac, Vascular and Gastroenterological research.
Experts discuss how PET/CT imaging can be used to enable image-guided neurointerventions and to study targeted delivery and clearance of therapeutic agents.
Tonya Coulthard discusses the SuperArgus PET/CT systems, reviewing both basic and unique imaging capabilities, including real-time imaging of awake animals as well as multiplexed PET imaging of standard and non-standard isotopes.
An educational webinar providing an overview of the effects of oxygen concentration during in vitro cell culturing and how to accurately determine and regulate O2 levels during experiments.
An educational webinar for researchers interested in laser confocal endomicroscopy, including fundamental theoretical and practical knowledge and a discussion on key capabilities and research applications of the technology.
Join Dr. Tim Hacker for a discussion on experimental design, strategy, technology, common challenges and best-practices associated with planning long-term, chronic models of cardiovascular disease in rodents.
Experts present new, ground breaking research using the latest in fibre optic sensing technology to obtain dissolved oxygen and microvascular blood perfusion in models of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI).
Peter Delaney reviews trends and technological advancements in the field of in vivo fluorescence imaging, with a focus on new applications and capabilities as realized by confocal fluorescence endomicroscopy and 3D automated optical sectioning.
A special Question & Answers webinar for cardiovascular researchers interested in learning how to apply and master the use of noninvasive blood flow velocity measurements to study cardiovascular function in rodents.
A webinar for cardiovascular researchers interested in using noninvasive blood flow velocity measurements to quantify cardiac contractile and relaxation function in rodents.
Learn how to quantify changes in hemodynamics using noninvasive blood flow velocity techniques without the need for complex surgery or imaging.
An informative webinar for scientists interested in novel methods for quantitative characterization of zebrafish social interactions and locomotor activity.
Dr. Anil Reddy and Graham Sattler discuss new research possibilities and advantages that a recently released telemetry system brings to mouse, rat and other small animal researchers.
An essential webinar for both beginning and seasoned cardiovascular researchers looking to improve hemodynamic study outcome consistency by monitoring vital signs during surgery.
Experts discuss why comprehensive surgical monitoring has become so crucial in today’s scientific research space and how the MouseMonitor™ S is designed to address these specific needs.