VISQUE® InVivo Smart

VISQUE® InVivo Smart

VISQUE™ InVivo Smart is a low-cost, easy to use preclinical in vivo fluorescent imaging and analysis system. The scientific CMOS camera developed solely for VISQUE™.


Light weight, compact design allows for easy mobility. At only 22kg, the system is possible to hand-carry the system to your desired destination.


Main Features:

  • Optimized solution for high-end scientific applications
  • Min. image pixel size: 20 ㎛ (@7.5x)
  • Quantum Efficiency: 72% at 595 nm
  • Dynamic Range: 87 dB
  • Dark Current: < 10 e-/s/pix @ 30℃
  • Uniformed-quality image with high-speed image acquisition up to 30 frames per second


  • Imaging solid tumors & tracking metastatic tumors
  • Assessment of cardiovascular and/or Lymphatic structure and functions
  • Evaluating the therapeutic efficacy of new drugs against cancer, arthritis, atherosclerosis, autoimmune disorders or angiogenesis etc.
  • Analysis of the pharmacokinetics of new drugs.



0 hr: immediately after IP injection of the exosome-ICG complex.
The blue arrow indications the injection spot.

Additional information


Fast and Convenient Tools:

Once-click analysis: automatic display of fluorescence level, ROI analysis units, etc.
Image Process: autofluorescence signal removal, merge of multi-spectral images
Report Mode: shows the acquisition setup information, Raw image, ROI, the range of Pseudocolor bar, comments, etc.

Convenient Post-Image Analysis Edition Tools:

*.cif analysis file output
The display and analysis of four-different images in one screen. Also supports tif, bmp, jpg, png
Supports time-lapse imaging and analysis software


In Vivo Imaging of Senescent Vascular Cells in Atherosclerotic Mice Using a β-Galactosidase-Activatable Nanoprobe

Discovery of a Monoiodo Aza-BODIPY Near-Infrared Photosensitizer: in vitro and in vivo Evaluation for Photodynamic Therapy

Detecting Cysteine in Bioimaging with a Near‐Infrared Probe Based on a Novel Fluorescence Quenching Mechanism

Biodegradable Mesoporous Silica Achieved via Carbon Nanodots-Incorporated Framework Swelling for Debris-Mediated Photothermal Synergistic Immunotherapy.

Osteogenesis and angiogenesis are simultaneously enhanced in BMP2-/VEGF-transfected adipose stem cells through activation of the YAP/TAZ signaling pathway.

Targeted delivery of CRISPR interference system against Fabp4 to white adipocytes ameliorates obesity, inflammation, hepatic steatosis, and insulin resistance.

Conjugation of prostate cancer-specific aptamers to polyethylene glycol-grafted polyethylenimine for enhanced gene delivery to prostate cancer cells.

Exendin-4 protects hindlimb ischemic injury by inducing angiogenesis

Age-related changes in pial arterial structure and blood flow in mice:

Noninvasive Optical Measurement of Cerebral Blood Flow in Mice Using Molecular Dynamics Analysis of Indocyanine Green

Efficient differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells into functional CD34 progenitor cells by combined modulation of the MEK/ERK and BMP4 signaling pathways.

Unsorted human adipose tissue-derived stem cells promote angiogenesis and myogenesis in murine ischemic hindlimb model.

Quantitative Analysis of Peripheral Tissue Perfusion Using Spatiotemporal Molecular Dynamics.