AccuCT microCT Analysis Software | PerkinElmer

幸运8平台彩票

PerkinElmer
check quantity

AccuCT microCT Analysis Software

Advanced Bone Analysis for Quantum microCT Imaging Systems

幸运8平台彩票 With AccuCT™ advanced microCT imaging software, researchers can perform ASBMR (American Society for Bone and Mineral Research) bone morphometry and BMD (Bone Mineral Density) analysis on data acquired on their Quantum (FX and GX) microCT system with just a few mouse clicks.

部件号 CLS146216
立即购买

幸运8平台彩票 请输入有效的数量

请登录后再添加至收藏夹

幸运8平台彩票 购物车为空

项目已成功添加到购物车

详情 信息

Key features include:

  • Workflow-based software interface
  • Automated bone segmentation
  • Calculate ASBMR morphometry parameters, including trabecular and cortical volumes
  • Calibrated bone mineral density analysis
  • Export images in high resolution for publications and presentations

资源,活动及更多信息
  • 所有

软件下载

链接

应用文献

MicroCT Investigation of Bone Erosion and Deformation in an Osteoarthritic Rat Model

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis and affects a considerable portion of the elderly population. In the U.S., it is estimated that more than 630 million people worldwide have this chronic condition, generally in the knees. OA occurs when the cartilage that cushions the ends of bones within the joints gradually deteriorates, causing synovitis and joint deformation.

The goal of OA research is to identify new therapeutic strategies that could prevent, reduce, halt progression, or repair the existing damage to the joint. Non-invasive in vivo imaging such as microCT is the standard modality for bone research due to its ability to obtain high-resolution images at an x-ray dose low enough as not to harm the animal. This makes microCT ideal for monitoring disease progression and response to treatments in the same animal over time. However, microCT data visualization and analysis can be cumbersome and time consuming. In this application note, we compared standard microCT software and advanced bone software to investigate bone erosion in an OA rat model.

PDF 1 MB