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MS - General

The BAS-MS, like all Imaging Plates, has a flexible polyester base coated with highly dispersed barium fluorohalide phosphor crystals (BaF(Br,I):Eu2+).

When a radioactively labeled sample is exposed to an IP, the energy from that sample is transferred to the phosphor crystals, and stored as trapped electrons. In short, the electrons become trapped to form 'F-centers' in the BaF(Br,I) matrix.

Scanning the exposed IP with a He-Ne laser (633nm) releases the trapped electrons and photons at about 400nm. This process is known
as photo-stimulated luminescence. The blue light emitted is collected to produce the digitized image.

MS Imaging Plate 20x25 cm
MS Imaging Plate 23x25 cm
MS Imaging Plate 23x25 cm
MS Imaging Plate 23x40 cm
MS Imaging Plate 35x43 cm



TR - Tritium

TR Imaging Plate 20x25 cm - Sensitive to tritium. For BAS 5000, FLA 3000, 5000, 5100
TR Imaging Plate 20x40 cm - Sensitive to tritium. For BAS 2000, 2500, FLA 3000, 5000, 5100

SR - Hi res.

These IPs are designed for optimum resolution and durability with wet samples. They are sensitive to all common beta and gamma emitters except 3H.

SR Imaging Plate 20x25 cm
SR Imaging Plate 20x40 cm

ND -Neutron

BAS-ND IP is the most accurate Imaging Plate for research using neutrons. The task of capturing and analyzing data from neutron crystallography, neutron radiology and monitoring has become much easier and accurate.




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Tritium is a reliable beta emitter for measurement of biological samples. Problem is, detection is slow. Traditional film and phosphor imaging methods can take weeks to complete.

But now, there's a better way to meet the high throughput needs of your lab. β IMAGER™ cuts your tritium imaging time from weeks to hours.

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µ IMAGER    

Finally, a digital solution to micro autoradiography:

 µ IMAGER™ is up to 500 times faster than film with tritium labeled samples, allows precise quantitation, and boasts a 15µm spatial resolution for tritiated samples unsurpassed by any other non film technique.

µ IMAGER™ is also perfectly suited for high resolution imaging with positron isotopes in ex vivo validations of small animal PET experiments.

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