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Mass Spectrometry Imaging and Integration with Other Imaging Modalities for Greater Molecular Understanding of Biological Tissues.
Porta Siegel T, et al. Mol Imaging Biol 2018 - Review. PMID 30167993 Free PMC article.
The combination of MSI with other molecular imaging techniques can also provide highly relevant complementary information to explore new scientific fields. ...For instance, brain pathophysiology has been studied using both MRI and MSI, establishing correlations between in and ex vivo molecular imaging techniques. ...
The combination of MSI with other molecular imaging techniques can also provide highly relevant complementary information to e …
In Vivo Molecular Imaging for Biomedical Analysis and Therapies.
Ogawa M and Takakura H. Anal Sci 2018 - Review. PMID 29526893 Free article.
In vivo molecular imaging is a powerful tool to analyze the human body. Precision medicine is receiving high attention these days, and molecular imaging plays an important role as companion diagnostics in precision medicine. Nuclear imaging with PET or SPECT and optical imaging technologies are used for in vivo molecular imaging. Nuclear imaging is superior for quantitative imaging, and whole-body analysis is possible even for humans. ...
In vivo molecular imaging is a powerful tool to analyze the human body. Precision medicine is receiving high attention these d …
Molecular imaging concepts.
Toczek J and Sadeghi MM. J Nucl Cardiol 2016. PMID 26809440 Free PMC article.
Multimodal Molecular Imaging: Current Status and Future Directions.
Wu M and Shu J. Contrast Media Mol Imaging 2018 - Review. PMID 29967571 Free PMC article.
Molecular imaging has emerged at the end of the last century as an interdisciplinary method involving in vivo imaging and molecular biology aiming at identifying living biological processes at a cellular and molecular level in a noninvasive manner. ...In this review, we first describe the classic molecular imaging technology and its key advantages, and then, we offer some of the latest multimodal molecular imaging modes. ...
Molecular imaging has emerged at the end of the last century as an interdisciplinary method involving in vivo imaging a
Dual-Targeted Molecular Imaging of Cancer.
Ehlerding EB, et al. J Nucl Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29301927 Free PMC article.
Molecular imaging is critical to personalized and precision medicine. Although singly targeted imaging probes are making an impact both clinically and preclinically, molecular imaging strategies using bispecific probes have enabled improved visualization of cancer in recent years through synergistic targeting of two ligands. In this Focus on Molecular Imaging review, we outline how peptide-, antibody-, and nanoparticle-based platforms have affected this emerging strategy, providing examples and pointing out areas in which the greatest clinical impact may be realized....
Molecular imaging is critical to personalized and precision medicine. Although singly targeted imaging probes are makin
Molecular Imaging of Vulnerable Plaque.
Nakahara T, et al. Semin Nucl Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29626945
Molecular imaging provides multiple imaging techniques to identify characteristics of vulnerable plaque including I) Inflammatory cells (the presence and metabolic activity of macrophages), II) synthesis of lipid and fatty acid in the plaque, III) the presence of hypoxia in severely inflamed lesions, IV) expression of factors stimulating angiogenesis, V) expression of protease enzymes in the lesion, VI) development of microthrombi in late-phase lesions, VII) apoptosis, and VIII) microcalcification....
Molecular imaging provides multiple imaging techniques to identify characteristics of vulnerable plaque including I) In
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