LABNIRS - functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy System for Research

Toward Next-Generation Optical Brain-Function Imaging

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.

LABNIRS - functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy System (fNIRS)
Check out this article by Joy Hirsch, PhD, Professor of Neurobiology and Psychiatry, Yale School of Medicine, originally published in Shimadzu Journal, Volume 5, Issue 1:
The Grand Challenge to Understand the Brain: Neuroimaging by functional near-infrared spectroscopy
high speed sampling

High Performance

  • 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
easy operations

Easy Operation

  • Intuitive user interface
  • Measurement and analysis by simple button clicks
oustanding scalability

Outstanding Scalability

  • Comprehensive options provide powerful measurement support
  • Increase the number of channels according to the aim of the experiments

Expanding Range of Research Applications

labnirs applications - optical brain-function imaging

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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