Preclinical Imaging

Compact. Powerful. Affordable.

MRI simplified to support all your research needs.

At Aspect Imaging, our state-of-the-art, compact MRI solutions are designed to deliver high-resolution, non-invasive, 3D anatomical, functional and molecular images for powerful results without the cost and complexity of conventional MRI systems.

M-Series™ Compact MR Imaging

The M-Series™ line of compact, T1 permanent magnet imaging systems enable research professionals to harness the power of MRI more quickly, easily and effectively with greater flexibility and productivity.

All MR-Series™ systems are:

  • Cryogen-free
  • Easy to install
  • Easy to operate
  • Easy to maintain
  • Portable with a small footprint for easy
         placement where needed

They require:

  • NO RF shielding
  • NO dedicated housing facilities
  • NO dedicated power supply
  • NO compressor, pumps or special
         plumbing

M3

The M3™ compact, MRI system features a smaller bore size to generate high-resolution 3D anatomical, functional and molecular images of mice.

M5

The M5™ compact, MRI system has a larger bore opening for high-resolution 3D anatomical, functional and molecular images of mice and rats.

M7

The M7™ compact, MRI system enables 2D and 3D, ex vivo, in vivo and in vitro imaging of small mice to large rats up to 700 grams.

Protect your research schedule and your investment.

The world’s first and most affordable permanent magnet simultaneous PET/MRI solution for preclinical research.

*on new orders placed after Jan. 1, 2021.

Aspect SimPET

The M3™ compact, MRI system features a smaller bore size to generate high-resolution 3D anatomical, functional and molecular images of mice.

One Instrument. Multiple Applications.

Aspect Imaging’s suite of compact, high performance MRI systems provide powerful insights for anatomy and morphology, cancer research, neurobiology, and more.

Let’s start a conversation.

Speak with a specialist today to discover how you can harness the power of compact MRI, simplified to support all of your preclinical research needs.