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Toward more accessible PET imaging: Miniaturizing the last step of radiotracer preparation

Toward more accessible PET imaging

Positron emission tomography (PET) is a 3D body imaging method for visualizing dynamic biochemical processes in living subjects with unparalleled specificity and sensitivity. PET scans, often performed together with CT or MRI imaging, are used clinically to

VMAT2: a novel biomarker for myopia

Myopia, with increasing prevalence and earlier age-of-onset, is the most common eye disease in the world. But its etiology is still unclear. Lots of studies have confirmed the hypothesis that dopamine (DA) is one of the important

Positron Emission Tomography can visualize pancreatic cancer tumor changes during chemotherapy and predict longer survival

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most deadly cancer types. Only 20% of patients live beyond 1 year after diagnosis because of the aggressive nature of this disease and ineffective treatments. Therefore it is crucial to recognize