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Accurate molecular imaging of small animals taking into account animal models, handling, anaesthesia, quality control and imaging system performance

Christian Vanhove UGent, Jens Bankstahl, Stefanie Krämer, Eric Visser, Nicola Belcari and Stefaan Vandenberghe UGent (2015) EJNMMI PHYSICS. 2.
abstract
Small-animal imaging has become an important technique for the development of new radiotracers, drugs and therapies. Many laboratories have now a combination of different small-animal imaging systems, which are being used by biologists, pharmacists, medical doctors and physicists. The aim of this paper is to give an overview of the important factors in the design of a small animal, nuclear medicine and imaging experiment. Different experts summarize one specific aspect important for a good design of a small-animal experiment.
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Small-animal imaging, Animal models, Animal handling, System performance, Quality control, NUCLEAR-MEDICINE INSTRUMENTATION, HIGH-RESOLUTION PET, LABORATORY MICE, PINHOLE SPECT, WORKING GROUP, F-18-FDG PET, EMISSION, BRAIN, QUANTIFICATION, TOMOGRAPHY
journal title
EJNMMI PHYSICS
EJNMMI Physics
volume
2
pages
25 pages
ISSN
2197-7364
DOI
10.1186/s40658-015-0135-y
language
English
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yes
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A2
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Public License (CC-BY 4.0)
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7025925
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-7025925
date created
2016-01-06 07:57:21
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2017-02-16 11:40:32
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  abstract     = {Small-animal imaging has become an important technique for the development of new radiotracers, drugs and therapies. Many laboratories have now a combination of different small-animal imaging systems, which are being used by biologists, pharmacists, medical doctors and physicists. The aim of this paper is to give an overview of the important factors in the design of a small animal, nuclear medicine and imaging experiment. Different experts summarize one specific aspect important for a good design of a small-animal experiment.},
  author       = {Vanhove, Christian and Bankstahl, Jens and Kr{\"a}mer, Stefanie and Visser, Eric and Belcari, Nicola and Vandenberghe, Stefaan},
  issn         = {2197-7364},
  journal      = {EJNMMI PHYSICS},
  keyword      = {Small-animal imaging,Animal models,Animal handling,System performance,Quality control,NUCLEAR-MEDICINE INSTRUMENTATION,HIGH-RESOLUTION PET,LABORATORY MICE,PINHOLE SPECT,WORKING GROUP,F-18-FDG PET,EMISSION,BRAIN,QUANTIFICATION,TOMOGRAPHY},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {25},
  title        = {Accurate molecular imaging of small animals taking into account animal models, handling, anaesthesia, quality control and imaging system performance},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s40658-015-0135-y},
  volume       = {2},
  year         = {2015},
}

Chicago
Vanhove, Christian, Jens Bankstahl, Stefanie Krämer, Eric Visser, Nicola Belcari, and Stefaan Vandenberghe. 2015. “Accurate Molecular Imaging of Small Animals Taking into Account Animal Models, Handling, Anaesthesia, Quality Control and Imaging System Performance.” Ejnmmi Physics 2.
APA
Vanhove, C., Bankstahl, J., Krämer, S., Visser, E., Belcari, N., & Vandenberghe, S. (2015). Accurate molecular imaging of small animals taking into account animal models, handling, anaesthesia, quality control and imaging system performance. EJNMMI PHYSICS, 2.
Vancouver
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Vanhove C, Bankstahl J, Krämer S, Visser E, Belcari N, Vandenberghe S. Accurate molecular imaging of small animals taking into account animal models, handling, anaesthesia, quality control and imaging system performance. EJNMMI PHYSICS. 2015;2.
MLA
Vanhove, Christian, Jens Bankstahl, Stefanie Krämer, et al. “Accurate Molecular Imaging of Small Animals Taking into Account Animal Models, Handling, Anaesthesia, Quality Control and Imaging System Performance.” EJNMMI PHYSICS 2 (2015): n. pag. Print.