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  • "Bioimaging" relates to methods that visualise cellular and molecular processes in real time and, as far as possible, without interference by the observation itself. From X-ray and ultrasound images to cutting-edge 3D and 4D body images using CT scans, MRI, PET, or other advanced technologies, bioimaging is a powerful tool for viewing the internal workings of the body and its diseases.
  • Molecular imaging technologies are being developed to examine the integrative functions of molecules, cells, organ systems and whole organisms. The organisms range from viruses to bacteria to higher order species, including humans, and in each case, molecular imaging is used to examine the structure and regulatory mechanisms of their organised functions.
  • Biomedical imaging refers to methods that open new ways to see the body’s inner workings, measure biological functions, and evaluate cellular and molecular events using less invasive procedures. While X-ray imaging is a familiar example, it represents only one aspect of this fast growing field.
  • Bioimaging enables the discovery and tracing of biomarkers of drug response - an increasingly important field of research in the pharmaceutical industry. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have agreed to collaborate on improving the development of cancer therapies and outcomes for cancer patients through biomarker development and evaluation.
  • The Market Overview delves into the trends of imaging technologies as they relate to sales and advances within the imaging arena. Many industries are both interested and invested in understanding the cell on a microscopic level, which has continued to fuel sales of imaging equipment and software. The field is predicted to maintain an average growth rate of 11% over the next 4-5 years, with significant increases in electron and confocal microscopy overall. Confocal imaging, which provides images superior in quality to light microscopy, is additionally buoyed by popular high-throughput protocols and improved strategies in drug development and clinical diagnostics. Sales of such automated confocal systems are expected to double by 2008, yielding a 23% growth rate and contributing to the upsurge in imaging revenues.
  • Collectively, the various imaging modalities and accessories generated $1.65 billion in 2004 and – with an average annual growth rate of 11% – revenues should reach $2.77 billion in 2009, according to the Trimark report. Excluding accessories, the growth rate
    is 11.6% such that revenues should approach $2.5 billion by 2009. The United States accounted for the largest share, representing one-third of the market. Japan made up 20% of the market, while other Asian countries represented 16%. The European Union accounted for a share of 18%.
General Information
  • Bioimaging
  • Bioimaging - method
  • Bioimaging Information


  • An Emerging Tool for Small Animal Cancer Research
  • A 21st-Century Toolbox for Medical Technology
  • Biomedical Imaging
  • 3D Molecular Bioimaging Mass Spectrometry
  • Scaffold Structure and Cell Function Through Multimodal Imaging and Quantitative Visualization
  • Visualizing internal 3D structures with submicrometer resolution
  • The new age of  bioimaging
  • Single-cell Kinetics
  • BioImaging Techniques
  • Optimal selection of flurophores for bioimaging using hyperspectral cameras

Bioimaging Systems

  • Digital Camera
  • Chemiluminescence Imaging System
  • Flexible digital imaging systems
  • Entry-Level digital color system
  • Gel Documentation and Analysis System
  • High Content Bioimagers
  • BioImaging System
  • Product Guide

Bioimaging Software

  • Software Developer
  • Flow cytometry Data acquisition and analysis Bioimaging software
  • Bio-imaging software
  • iQ imaging software
  • Use of a novel, self-learning bio-imaging software
  • Imaging and Analysis Software


  • Shedding Light and Electrons on the Lamellipodium
  • Realtime Chemical Bioimaging
  • Silicon Quantum dots for Bioimaging
  • Virtual Bioimaging Laboratory
  • Fourier Transformed Spectral Bio-imaging for Studying the Intracellular Fate of Liposomes
  • Multiscale bioimaging using synchrotron light
  • New Horizon in Bioimaging and Biomagnetics
  • Old Botanical Techniques for New Microscopes
  • Tracking in Molecular Bioimaging


  • Alpha Innotech and R&C Biogenius Ltd. Announce a New Imaging Instrument Development and Supply Agreement
  • Cellular Imaging and Image Analysis
  • Bioimaging Technologies Announces First Quarter 2005 Financial Results
  • Systems Bio Imaging: The Time Has Come
  • Spectral Bioimaging of the eye
  • Hybrid Nanocrystals for Treatment and Bioimaging of Disease
  • Method of Bioimaging Using Nanocrystals of Fluorescent Dyes
  • Microprobe for 3D Bioimaging , Method of Fabricating the Same and Use Thereof
  • Preparation of protein microspheres, films and coatings
  • Spectral Bioimaging Data for Cell Classification Using Internal Reference


  • A Response to the NCRIS Strategic Roadmap
  • Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching
  • Research projects
  • Three Dimensional Imaging for Bio-Medical Applications
  • Functional Bio-Imaging Using Fluorescent Life Time Imaging
  • ECE Bio-Imaging Aids Medical Research
  • Synthesis, characterisation and application of nanocrystals


  • Interim Report and Accounts
  • Annual Report
  • Imaging as a Biomarker
  • Leica Introduces the 4pi System
  • Bio-Imaging Technologies Signs Collaborative Agreement
  • Overcoming the Safety Challenges of Advanced Bioimaging Facilities


  • Company from USA
  • Company from Pennsylvania
  • Core Bioimaging Facility
  • Company from Israel
  • Company from California
  • Bioimaging Systems Lab
  • Bioimaging Research Group

BioImaging Systems Manufacturing Companies

  • Company from Belgium
  • Company from USA
  • Company from China
  • Company from Israel
  • Manufacturing Company
  • Company from Hawaii
  • Company from UK
  • Company from Cambridge


  • Expert
  • Consultant from Pennsylvania
  • Consultant From India
  • List of Experts
  • Consultant from New York
  • Consultant from Singapore


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