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Novel Imaging Software Released by Celsense Inc.
Date:3/18/2010

Molecular & cellular image manipulation software, Voxel Tracker™ is first-of-its-kind

Pittsburgh, PA (Vocus) March 18, 2010 -- Celsense, Inc. announced today its launch of the first off-the-shelf software for merging scanner images. The software, dubbed Voxel Tracker™, was designed to optimize the use of Celsense’ imaging reagents but will be made available to any researcher wanting to benefit from the ability to merge scanner images.

Voxel Tracker™ is designed to allow researchers to manipulate and quantify molecular imaging data by merging images produced from different imaging scanners.

When used in conjunction with Celsense imaging reagents, Voxel Tracker™ optimizes the utility of imaging data by allowing researchers to quantify cells and/or inflammation in vivo in a specific region of interest. This is accomplished by merging the images in question. For example, merging NMR and MRI images when using the reagent Cell Sense provides researchers with spatial data pertaining to cell location and biodistribution that is otherwise unavailable.

Celsense contracted with Umlaut Software to develop Voxel Tracker™ after its market research demonstrated that existing ad hoc methods to manipulate and quantify molecular imaging data produced less than satisfactory results. The software is powered by Umlaut Software's VoxPort, a pl
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