Xradia’s Versa high-resolution 3D X-ray microscope offers a complete range of powerful new capabilities, including: sub-micron pixel resolution 3D imaging, high contrast for imaging soft tissues and low atomic number materials, a unique system design that enables high resolution imaging of specimens in a variety of size, and shape alternatives. The system’s large modifiable working distance also makes high resolution in-situ experimentation possible.
Because of its high resolution and high efficiency objectives, the Xradia Versa has the ability to resolve features within biomedical samples like bone and tissue with great contrast. ZEISS’s unique utilization of magnification and optics makes the Xradia Versa dominant within the X-ray imaging space in its abilities to image small and large samples with high resolution and contrast.
The Xradia Versa also addresses a wide range of biomedical research applications beyond histology such as:
- High-resolution imaging of 3D vascular dispersion within organs, including angiogenesis mapping
- High resolution imaging of bone, calcified tissue, and cartilage samples to view features as small as osteocytes and trabecular bone density variations
- Small animal imaging for evolution and growth studies, as well as teratology
- Structural analysis of medical devices such as scaffolds, stents and catheters