Phoenix Research Labs’ technologies are optimized for animal eye research and are not adaptations of devices designed for clinical use. This optimization and focus on eye research requirements uniquely empowers basic research using laboratory animals and fuels scientific discovery.

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From anterior to posterior segments, Phoenix Research Labs offers a comprehensive set of solutions to accelerate your ocular disease research.
  • InSight - Intelligent Segmentation Software

    InSight is the new standard in intelligent segmentation software Using OCT data recorded from your Phoenix Micron IV camera, InSight can be employed to characterize segmentation of the retinal layers interactively or with full user control.   Our robust automatic segmentation algorithm produces excellent layer identification. We designed InSight to be fully interactive; use the automatic segmentation tool for layer identification when you want it or plot your own with complete control. InSight is intelligent segmentation software designed specifically for animal research.   Automatic segmentation ...
  • Retinal Imaging Microscope (Micron IV)

    In addition to bright field and fluorescent imaging, the Micron IV’s next-generation three-chip CCD enables near infrared imaging capability.
  • Image-Guided Tomography (OCT)

    Image-Guided OCT System delivers longitudinal resolution under two microns and enables precise OCT scan placement.
  • Image-Guided Focal ERG

    System quantitatively measures retinal function at precisely determined spatial locations enabling a spatial map of retinal performance.
  • Ganzfeld ERG

    The Ganzfeld ERG is optimized specifically for rodent photoreceptors, providing capability to excite S-Cones, M-Cones, and rods.
  • Anterior Segment Imaging

    The Slit Lamp Imaging System delivers resolutions of four microns while offering both bright field and fluorescent imaging.
  • Image-Guided Laser Photocoagulation

    System produces precise, easy to deliver laser photocoagulation to generate choroidal neovascularization (CNV).