ExiTron nano 12000 is an innovative nanoparticulate agent optimized for high-resolution CT angiography. Its remarkably high contrast and long blood half-life enable clear visualization of fine vascular structures including microvessels.
Profit from the unique nanoparticulate agent for high-resolution CT angiography:
- Highlight vascular structures and regions of increased vascular permeability
- Benefit from the strong and long-lasting blood vessel contrast allowing high-resolution CT studies including functional cardiac imaging
- The low injection volume and high biological tolerability allows studies even in weak animals
- ExiTron nano 12000 is Viscover's leading agent for high-resolution CT angiography
Apply ExiTron nano 12000 to:
- Effectively visualize vascular structures down to the microvessel level
- Detect areas of increased vascular permeability, e.g. certain types of tumors
- Investigate functional cardiac parameters
- Benefit from the liver imaging capability analogous to ExiTron nano 6000
Schematic diagram of an ExiTron nano 12000 nanoparticle
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