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PET20.0: Design of a monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 mm spatial resolution and 20 x higher sensitivity

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Vandenberghe, Stefaan, Paulo Caribé, E. Mikhaylova, D. Borys, V. Viswanth, Mariele Stockhoff, N. Efthimiou, Roel Van Holen, and J. S. Karp. 2018. “PET20.0: Design of a Monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 Mm Spatial Resolution and 20 x Higher Sensitivity.” In Zell am See, Austria: EJNMMI Research 2018.
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Vandenberghe, Stefaan, Caribé, P., Mikhaylova, E., Borys, D., Viswanth, V., Stockhoff, M., Efthimiou, N., et al. (2018). PET20.0: Design of a monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 mm spatial resolution and 20 x higher sensitivity. Presented at the Abstracts of the 33rd International Austrian Winter Symposium, Zell am See, Austria: EJNMMI Research 2018.
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Vandenberghe S, Caribé P, Mikhaylova E, Borys D, Viswanth V, Stockhoff M, et al. PET20.0: Design of a monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 mm spatial resolution and 20 x higher sensitivity. Zell am See, Austria: EJNMMI Research 2018; 2018.
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Vandenberghe, Stefaan, Paulo Caribé, E. Mikhaylova, et al. “PET20.0: Design of a Monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 Mm Spatial Resolution and 20 x Higher Sensitivity.” Zell am See, Austria: EJNMMI Research 2018, 2018. Print.
@inproceedings{8573901,
  author       = {Vandenberghe, Stefaan and Carib{\'e}, Paulo and Mikhaylova, E. and Borys, D. and Viswanth, V. and Stockhoff, Mariele and Efthimiou, N. and Van Holen, Roel and Karp, J. S.},
  location     = {Zell am See, Austria.},
  publisher    = {EJNMMI Research 2018},
  title        = {PET20.0: Design of a monolithic Total Body PET with 2.00 mm spatial resolution and 20 x higher sensitivity},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/DOI 10.1186/s13550-017-0354-4},
  year         = {2018},
}

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