LLTech launches the ultra high resolution - micron level - 3D Light-CT scanner for research
LLTech, innovative company in the area of optical imaging launches the Light-CT research scanner.
This versatile system offers new research opportunities for biologists, pharmaceutical companies and clinicians. “We are proud to launch this product, paving the way to a new generation of OCT system. We have tried the system on many types of tissues and small animals, pointing out the capabilities in various research areas such as biobanking, matrigels, small animals and embryos imaging, clinical research ” Said Bertrand Le Conte de Poly, CEO.
Sushmita Mukerjee, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, who has used the system for 6 Months said: “LLTech devices can serve as powerful imaging tools to perform several clinically meaningful quick assessments of freshly excised tissue, in order to provide yes/no answers to guide surgeons and other physicians in procedures such as assessment of fibrosis, evaluation of surgical margins, and confirming the adequacy of biopsied tissue for subsequent definitive histopathological diagnoses. The procedure is fast, easy to learn, simple to use, and safe both in terms of the light exposure and in terms of maintaining the excised tissue in an unprocessed state, so that they can later be processed for standard histopathology”
“The system provides pictures of excellent quality that you can browse easily from the centimeter down to the micrometer scale. I confess having been amazed by the results. This new tool already makes my fellows biologists and physicians enthusiastic: its worth trying it, you will like it.” Said Professor A. C. Boccara from ESPCI Paris tech.
LLTech Light-CT scanner is sold under RUO (Research Use Only), with CE mark and US OCIEC61010-1 and OC IEC61326-1 approval.
For more information see PDF presentation below or visit the LLTech website www.lltechimaging.com
LLTech is a privately owned company founded in 2007. LLTech vision is to become the leader in real time, safe, non-destructive optical biopsies and cellular level tissue imaging for research and clinical applications (micro biopsies assessment, surgical margins…). Using the properties of white light and optics the Light-CT research scanner generates DICOM 3D high-resolution three-dimensional images of tissue microstructure, without introducing artifacts.
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