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Molecular imaging: Bridging the gap between neuroradiology and neurohistology.

Abstract:

Historically, in vivo imaging methods have largely relied on imaging gross anatomy. More recently it has become possible to depict biological processes at the cellular and molecular level. These new research methods use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), near-infrared optical imaging, scintigraphy, and autoradiography in vivo and in vitro. Of primary interest is the development of methods using MRI and PET with which the progress of gene therapy in glioblast...

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Pipkorn, R More by this author
Nägele, T More by this author
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Journal:
Histology and histopathology
Volume:
19
Issue:
2
Pages:
651-668
Publication date:
2004-04-05
EISSN:
1699-5848
ISSN:
0213-3911
URN:
uuid:2cbbd3ce-1ffe-4030-b05d-cfcc70a05086
Source identifiers:
242009
Local pid:
pubs:242009

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