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Shimadzu LABNIRS

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LABNIRS

Just how the human brain functions remains one of the greatest unsolved puzzles. To solve this mystery, brain-function imaging for visualization of brain functions has developed rapidly in recent years. In particular, in vivo optical imaging by functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) has attracted attention as a technique that supports next-generation brain science. Utilizing its leading-edge science and technology, Shimadzu has developed the LABNIRS, thereby contributing to the still growing field of brain science.

Features

  • Next-generation optical brain-function measurements start withmulti-channel and high density 
  • High-speed sampling 
  • Reliability of 3 wavelengths and photomultiplier tube achieve superb sensitivity 
  • Intuitive user interface 
  • Measurement and analysis by simple button clicks 
  • Comprehensive options provide powerful measurement support 
  • Increase the number of channels according to the aim of the experiments
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