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In vivo radiolabel quantification in small-animal models

Abstract : Current developments in emission tomography especially designed for small-animal imaging are presented. Adaptations of the human tomography principles take advantage of the smaller field of view to achieve about 2-mm usable resolution. Some evaluations in rat tomography are presented, and the problems of limiting resolution of PET and SPECT systems are discussed. Finally, a new approach that more specifically takes into account the parameters induced by in vivo quantification in rodents is presented
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L. Ploux, R. Mastrippolito. In vivo radiolabel quantification in small-animal models. Nuclear Medicine and Biology, Elsevier, 1998, 25, pp.737-742. ⟨in2p3-00023026⟩



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