MOLECUBES
High-end benchtop preclinical imaging

At MOLECUBES we provide three separate benchtop imagers or “CUBES”. The γ-CUBE (SPECT), β-CUBE (PET) and X-CUBE (CT) are perfectly suited for in vivo multimodal whole body rat and mouse imaging. User-friendliness and expert servicing with no compromise on image quality is what we stand for.

γ-CUBE
spect

The γ-CUBE is our high-resolution, high-sensitivity micro-SPECT scanner using patented collimator design.

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X-CUBE
ct

The X-CUBE is our high-throughput micro-CT scanner allowing sub-minute acquisition at extremely low doses.

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β-CUBE
pet

The β-CUBE is our sub-millimeter, high-sensitivity whole body mouse and rat micro-PET scanner.

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High-end

Although small in footprint and easy to operate we assure high image quality. All cubes are state-of-the-art in terms of resolution, sensitivity and reconstruction software.

Modular

Our cubes work like twins. Operating on the same software platforms they function as easily in modular as stand-alone mode.

Benchtop

You decide where and how to design your lab. All systems fit standard lab tables, are (trans)portable and GLP-proof.

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Application Enquiries

You are a biologist, chemist, lab researcher or radio-pharmacist willing to set up a new study or just someone with the desire to get started on our CUBES. Join our community and see/learn how others use our systems.

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Technical Enquiries

You want to push the CUBES to their extremes? Try new collimator designs? Build fancy reconstruction or acquisition protocols? Get your click over here and help us improve your systems.

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Latest news

25.05.2017

MOLECUBES PET/CT at Universitätsklinikum Essen, Germany

MOLECUBES will install its PET/CT full body rat and mouse imaging solution at Universitätsklinikum Essen, Germany in the Preclinical Imaging Laboratory of Prof. Ken Herrmann. Professor Herrmann chairs the Department of Nuclear Medicine. In addition to his clinical focus on modern hybrid imaging technologies and innovative theranostic concepts, Prof. Herrmann aims to contribute and translate preclinical imaging research results more quickly into clinical use. Over the past years he has already led research projects in the field of translational medicine at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).

18.05.2017

MOLECUBES SPECT/CT at Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany

MOLECUBES will install a SPECT/CT full body rat and mouse benchtop combination at the Uniklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany in the preclinical imaging laboratory of Prof. Felix Mottaghy. Professor Mottaghy oversees the clinical nuclear medicine practice as well as the preclinical research group focusing on tumor metabolism and oxygenation, cardiac blood circulation, CNS neurotransmitter receptors and new transporters. Moreover the Uniklinik RWTH Aachen received the 2016 and 2017 Top German Hospital Award from Focus.

03.04.2017

Molecubes at EMIM 2017 in Cologne at Booth #11, April 5-7

The MOLECUBES team will be present at EMIM in Cologne at booth #11, from April 5th to 7th and will be looking forward to updating you on the latest developments of its  β-,  γ- and X-CUBE functionality.
Moreover applications insights will be shared during the talk “Multimodal imaging in a rat model for brain metastasis” by Valerie De Meulenaere et al., from Ghent University, April 6th 14:00-15:30, room H-A1 and on poster #230 “In vivo visualization of vessel formation in peritoneal tumor scaffolds with micro-CT” by Emiel de Jaeghere et al., from Ghent University, Friday 7th April 13:00-15.00, room S12.

upcoming events

27.05.2017 — 30.05.2017
XIV Turku PET Symposium
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10.06.2017 — 14.06.2017
SNMMI 2017 – Denver
Booth #910
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13.09.2017 — 16.09.2017
WMIC 2017 – Philadelphia
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21.10.2017 — 25.10.2017
EANM – Vienna
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team

MOLECUBES is a spin-off of Ghent University and it’s preclinical INFINITY lab. Combining more than 15 years of experience in hardware and software development, all systems are designed and built by a young team who have been end-users themselves. The engineering team is completed by a sales and management team with a long track record in the preclinical arena. We are one call away from helping you out.