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Plugin modules address the challenging bottlenecks imaging laboratories face in post-collection processing and analysis procedures. Our modules, available as plug-ins for either iPACS® or VivoQuant™, automate frequently used routines, thus saving pre-clinical imaging researchers significant amounts of time and energy. Data can be easily processed in batches with limited input from users, who can utilize Quick Step guides to easily navigate through the process. Users have access to readily customizable report templates that incorporate output data into interactive .pdf documents complete with summaries and embedded images, movies and associated spreadsheets.
This tool provides quantification and analysis for neurological pre-clinical images. Anatomical data (i.e., a CT of the head region) are used for registration of a customizable brain atlas to PET or SPECT data, providing region-based volume and quantification information. Choose between fitting the data to an atlas or vice versa depending on the importance of data sensitivity and region preservation to your application. When the analysis is complete, the tool provides comprehensive output that is designed to simplify any additional processing.
Above is an example output of the module’s segmentation and analysis for a CT/SPECT data set showing the identified tumor in green and the associated radial profile plot.
Invicro’s Automated Tumor Segmentation and Advanced Data Processing Module addresses one of the most challenging bottlenecks in preclinical imaging efforts: the time-intensive process of analyzing image data. Without automated tools, image analysis requires a large number of manpower hours to identify regions of interest, derive statistical information and create reports and graphs that properly document results. Invicro’s tumor segmentation module provides an automated solution enabling high-throughput identification, segmentation and analysis of SPECT and PET xenograft tumor data, vastly reducing the amount of time needed to extract data from imaging studies.
With this module, processing and quality verification of entire cohorts of image data is performed in batches on the iPACS® server. Individual image analysis and ROI modification are supported seamlessly by VivoQuant™. The iPACS batch-processing functionality offers numerous segmentation methods to ensure reliable and repeatable tumor characterization.