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Radio-imaging for quantitative autoradiography in biology

Abstract : We present here an overview of new in vitro and ex vivo radio-imaging systems developed to overcome the limitations of films and emulsions currently used in histological autoradiography experiments. The shortcomings of films for quantitative studies are first introduced. Principles and performances of each family of imagers are discussed and illustrated in various biological contexts. Finally, perspectives of development including nonradioactive labeling techniques are briefly presented.
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Y. Charon, P. Laniece, H. Tricoire. Radio-imaging for quantitative autoradiography in biology. Nuclear Medicine and Biology, Elsevier, 1998, 25, pp.699-704. ⟨in2p3-00023029⟩



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