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Product Notes

– NuPET™ in-bore PET imaging system for simultaneous PET/MR imaging. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

SPARK SPECT imaging system for SPECT/CT imaging. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

White Papers

– PET/MRI Applications. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

– Incorporating PET into Your Preclinical MRI Facility. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

Publications

– Synthesis and in vivo SPECT Evaluation of a Novel Butyrylcholinesterase Diagnostic Radioligand for Alzheimer’s Disease, D. Debay, et al., Dalhousie University, Mount St. Vincent Univ., Halifax, NS, Canada, AAIC 2016 Poster Presentation. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

– Synthesis of a glycosylated Gd-DOTA-4AMP with FDG, towards a bimodal contrast agent for pH quantification, Samuel C. Gilmore1, Jasmine P. Acfalle1, Brandon S. Goldenberg1, and Mark D. Pagel1,2, 1. Department Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Arizona, 2. Department of Cancer Systems Imaging, MD Anderson Cancer Center, ISMRM 2017 Poster Presentation. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

– Adding Simultaneous PET as a Complementary Imaging Modality to Your MRI: An Example Showing an Ongoing Study of Mouse Models of Ovarian Cancer, Kimberly Brewer 1, Andrea West 2, Christa Davis 1, Marianne Stanford 2, Joann Zhang 3, 1 Biomedical Translational Imaging Centre (BIOTIC), 2 Immunovaccine Inc., and 3 Cubresa, Inc., MPIC 2017 Poster Presentation. Direct Download if you have pop-ups disabled.

Webinar Links

– Greater than the Sum: Simultaneous Imaging with Complementary Modalities, PET & MRI. Direct Link if you have pop-ups disabled.

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