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First results with the clearPET small animal PET scanners

E Auffray, M Boutemeur, G Brandenburg, P Bruyndonckx, Y Choi, Yves D'Asseler, O Devroede, O Dietzel, C Dujardin, A Fedorov, et al. (2006) NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics. p.149-164
abstract
The Crystal Clear Collaboration has designed and built a family of high resolution small animal PET scanners. These were designed to be used in research laboratories and provide maximum modularity and flexibility. The source code of the data acquisition and reconstruction software is freely available to the users. The design is based on the use of the Hamamatsu R7600-M64 multi-anode photomultiplier tube and an LSO/LuYAP phoswich matrix with one-to-one coupling between the crystals and the photo-detector. A complete system has 80 PMT tubes in four rings with a minimum inner diameter of 137 mm and an axial field of view of 110 mm. The detectors are rotating over 360 degrees so that partially filled ring geometries can be used. This greatly simplifies the combination of PET with other imaging modalities. Single gamma interactions are recorded in list mode format and coincidences are found by software.
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published
subject
keyword
small animal imaging, PET
in
NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics
editor
S Tavernier, A Gektin, B Grinyov and WW Moses
issue title
Radiation detectors for medical applications
pages
149 - 164
publisher
Springer
place of publication
Dordrecht, The Netherlands
conference name
NATO advanced research workshop on Radiation Detectors for Medical Applications
conference location
Alushta, Ukraine
conference start
2005-09-19
conference end
2005-09-23
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000244738500006
ISBN
9781402050916
9781402050930
9781402050923
DOI
10.1007/1-4020-5093-3_6
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
P1
id
411744
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-411744
date created
2008-05-20 22:43:00
date last changed
2017-01-02 09:52:43
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  author       = {Auffray, E and Boutemeur, M and Brandenburg, G and Bruyndonckx, P and Choi, Y and D'Asseler, Yves and Devroede, O and Dietzel, O and Dujardin, C and Fedorov, A and Janier, M and Jung, JH and Khodaverdi, M and Korjik, M and Krieguer, M and Lartizien, C and Larue, H and Lecoq, P and Lemaitre, C and Loude, JF and Morel, C and Mosset, JB and Parl, C and Pautrot, C and Pedrini, C and Petrosyan, AG and Pietrzyk, U and Rey, M and Sappey-Marinier, D and Roldan, PS and Song, TY and Staelens, Steven and Streun, M and Tavernier, S and Trummer, J and Vandenberghe, Stefaan and Van Holen, Roel and Vieira, JM and Weber, S and Wieers, W and Wisniewska, M and Wisniewski, D and Wu, Y and Ziemons, K},
  booktitle    = {NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics},
  editor       = {Tavernier, S and Gektin, A and Grinyov, B and Moses, WW},
  isbn         = {9781402050916},
  keyword      = {small animal imaging,PET},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Alushta, Ukraine},
  pages        = {149--164},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {First results with the clearPET small animal PET scanners},
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  year         = {2006},
}

Chicago
Auffray, E, M Boutemeur, G Brandenburg, P Bruyndonckx, Y Choi, YVES D’ASSELER, O Devroede, et al. 2006. “First Results with the clearPET Small Animal PET Scanners.” In NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics, ed. S Tavernier, A Gektin, B Grinyov, and WW Moses, 149–164. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
APA
Auffray, E., Boutemeur, M., Brandenburg, G., Bruyndonckx, P., Choi, Y., D’ASSELER, Y., Devroede, O., et al. (2006). First results with the clearPET small animal PET scanners. In S Tavernier, A. Gektin, B. Grinyov, & W. Moses (Eds.), NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics (pp. 149–164). Presented at the NATO advanced research workshop on Radiation Detectors for Medical Applications, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
Vancouver
1.
Auffray E, Boutemeur M, Brandenburg G, Bruyndonckx P, Choi Y, D’ASSELER Y, et al. First results with the clearPET small animal PET scanners. In: Tavernier S, Gektin A, Grinyov B, Moses W, editors. NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer; 2006. p. 149–64.
MLA
Auffray, E, M Boutemeur, G Brandenburg, et al. “First Results with the clearPET Small Animal PET Scanners.” NATO Security Through Science Series B : Physics and Biophysics. Ed. S Tavernier et al. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2006. 149–164. Print.