How do you measure tumor volume in deep orthotopic locations without interfering with the tumor microenvironment?

Certis uses a murine-scale MRI to measure tumor volume in orthotopic models. High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is the gold standard for soft tissue imaging, enabling us to rapidly and precisely measure tumor growth and track metastatic progression. It also allows us to analyze pharmacological responses in real-time—quantitatively and repeatedly, without interfering with the microenvironment or biological processes under study.