Open Doors to Translational Radiation Research
Perform Clinically Relevant Radiation Experiments
Through collaboration with internationally-renowned radiation researchers, Xstrahl has applied its extensive knowledge of radiation in a clinical setting to develop a broad range of radiation research systems. Designed for life science investigators, radiation oncologists, radiation physicists, and many others, Xstrahl’s research platforms yield clinically-relevant translational data.
Xstrahl has improved the accuracy and reproducibility of in vitro and in vivo experiments. With 2D and 3D radiation research platforms having a fixed X-ray source, dual X-ray sources, or a rotating gantry, you can be sure that Xstrahl can uniquely meet the needs of your studies.
Community of Experts
Xstrahl’s community of radiation research experts connects scientists, inspires new studies, and advances radiation research around the world. The halo effect of bringing researchers together is an invaluable benefit of working with Xstrahl.
Xstrahl is also known for providing researchers with little to no knowledge of radiation treatment planning the ability to perform complex studies with easy-to-use software.
Advanced Research Systems
The SARRP enables investigators to perform clinically relevant research in a preclinical setting. Researchers can quickly adapt the system to perform large field irradiations, such as whole body, to small focal irradiation, such as brain metastases, duplicating techniques found in the clinic.
The SARRP Beamline offers the first image-guided platform designed for preclinical particle therapy research. The SARRP Beamline X-ray imaging and delivery components can be customized to meet the needs of your research program.
XenX improves the dose accuracy and distribution of traditional cabinet irradiators for in vitro experiments and irradiating specimens. With the ability to deliver a beam or radiation from any angle, XenX allows you to conduct experiments that were not possible with a fixed beam cabinet irradiator.
The CIXD is a self-contained cabinet incorporating an irradiation chamber that contains two X-ray sources (one positioned on the top and one on the bottom of the enclosure) resulting in a more homogenous dose distribution. This feature enables the researcher to stack cell culture plates and achieve homogenous bone marrow ablation in small animals.
Fulfilling the requirements of in vitro and in vivo biological research, CIX2 is a self-contained 225 kV cabinet irradiator incorporating the irradiation chamber and system electronics in one enclosure. Removing the health and safety burden associated with the use of radioactive sources, the Xstrahl CIX2 provides a simpler, safer, and lower cost alternative to radioisotope irradiators. CIX2 is ideal for researchers who perform a higher percentage of in vivo studies.
Fulfilling the requirements of in vitro and in vivo biological research, CIX3 is also a self-contained cabinet irradiator incorporating the irradiation chamber and system electronics in one enclosure, offering 320 kV. CIX3 is ideal for researchers who perform a higher percentage of in vivo studies.