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molecular imaging

Imaging Imaging technology based on the molecular nature of biologic changes caused by a particular disease. See PET, PET/CT. Cf Structural imaging; an emerging field in which the tools of molecular & cell biology are being married to state-of-art technology for noninvasive imaging. See PET scanning.
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17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The World Molecular Imaging Society (WMIS) presented the first annual Commercial Innovation of the Year Award at the 2015 World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) to Frederik Beekman, CEO/CSO, MILabs for his work developing G-SPECT.
19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On behalf of the World Molecular Imaging Congress (WMIC) Scientific Program Committee, you are invited to submit an abstract for presentation or publication at the WMIC 2014, September 17 - 20 in Seoul, Korea.
They cover the basics of molecular imaging and nano-biotechnology, nano-particles for single modality molecular imaging, nano-particle platforms as multimodality imaging and therapy agents, and translational nano-medicine.
We are a leading provider of imaging solutions for life science research," said John Dellisanti, president, Carestream Molecular Imaging.
With several new feature enhancements, KODAK Molecular Imaging Software 5.
By combining the VisEn products with the Olympus OV100 and IV100 molecular imaging systems, it will be possible to generate an unprecedented range of molecular imaging data in vivo, from the cellular and tissue levels to the quantification of molecular activities real time in the whole body.
Rudin (University of Zurich, Switzerland) introduces basic aspects of molecular imaging technology and probe design and presents numerous examples from current research.
Molecular Imaging and Biology' carries information on the utilization of molecular imaging in problems of relevance to biology and medicine.
Following the merger, CTI Molecular Imaging will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Siemens Medical Solutions.
This PA is directed toward the development, optimization, and delivery of innovative image acquisition and enhancement methods, including high-risk/high-gain research on technologies such as 1) novel single- and multimodality molecular imaging systems, methods, agents, and related software and informatics, including the integration of these technologies with emerging biomedical imaging methods for more effective health care delivery for cancer and other diseases; and 2) novel single- and multimodality anatomical and functional imaging systems, methods, agents, and related software and informatics for more effective health care delivery for cancer and other diseases.
Molecular imaging market expected to hit global sales of USD $6 billion by 2015; with one segment accounting for $3.
Gambhir, Chair of Radiology at Stanford, will highlight his perspectives on the future of Molecular Imaging at WMIC 2015

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