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Vevo 2100 Ultrasound Imaging Machine

 

The Vevo® 2100 system is a high-frequency real-time ultrasonic imaging system capable of imaging small animals to ultrasonic frequencies of 70MHz. Researchers will be able to derive anatomical, functional, physiological and molecular data at both high spacial resolution and high temporal resolution.

To learn more, visit the Vevo®2100 webpage here.

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Rajagopal Ramesh, PhD
Director of Molecular Imaging Core
E: rajagopal-ramesh@ouhsc.edu

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Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm

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