The molecular imaging suite: applications in nanotechnology, targeted imaging and cell tracking
The blurring of the boundaries between the disciplines of engineering and the biological sciences has revolutionized medicine. Medicine is still a science of decisionmaking under uncertainty. However, during the past 30 years, this uncertainty gradually diminished thanks to exceptional advancements in many medical specialties, particularly imaging (1). Advancements and refinements in technology have substantially broadened the range of available imaging procedures. Medical imaging has become an essential tool in preclinical research, clinical trials and medical practice.
|Keywords||cell tracking, medical imaging, nanotechnology|
|Promotor||Hriicak, H. (Hedvig) , Krestin, G.P. (Gabriel)|
|Publisher||Erasmus University Rotterdam|
Ruggiero, A.. (2012, November 2). The molecular imaging suite: applications in nanotechnology, targeted imaging and cell tracking. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/37642