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Biological Psychiatry special issue highlights role of dopamine signaling in schizophrenia

Biological Psychiatry special issue highlights role of dopamine signaling in schizophrenia

Biological Psychiatry presents a special issue, "The Dopamine Hypothesis of Schizophrenia", dedicated to recent advances in understanding the role of dopamine signaling in schizophrenia. [More]
New molecular imaging technologies can make it easier to treat cancers, minimize side effects

New molecular imaging technologies can make it easier to treat cancers, minimize side effects

New molecular imaging technologies can make it easier to diagnose, monitor, and treat cancers while potentially saving patients from undergoing therapies that are likely to be ineffective and playing a role in minimizing side effects, according to experts from the Abramson Cancer Center and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. [More]
Latest advances in medical imaging for personalized healthcare

Latest advances in medical imaging for personalized healthcare

After the first ever MediSens conference, 2016, it is fair to say that there is much excitement in the area of medical imaging. The industry is experiencing a drive towards a more personalized approach to healthcare, providing patients with treatment that is specific and adaptive to them. [More]
AXT makes magnetic particle imaging technology available to researchers in Australia

AXT makes magnetic particle imaging technology available to researchers in Australia

AXT is proud to be able to bring another cutting-edge technology to Australia that will help our medical researchers accelerate the rate at which they bring new cures, remedies and therapies to clinical realities. [More]
Scientists reveal key insight into how immune system recognises TB

Scientists reveal key insight into how immune system recognises TB

Every 18 seconds someone dies from tuberculosis (TB). It is the world's most deadly infectious disease. [More]
3D-printed organ models could aid individualized dosimetry in nuclear medicine

3D-printed organ models could aid individualized dosimetry in nuclear medicine

In nuclear medicine, the goal is to keep radiation exposure at a minimum, while obtaining quality images. [More]
Novel imaging agent can rapidly and accurately detect metastasis of prostate cancer

Novel imaging agent can rapidly and accurately detect metastasis of prostate cancer

New research demonstrates that a novel imaging agent can quickly and accurately detect metastasis of prostate cancer, even in areas where detection has previously been difficult. [More]
Scientists devise new radiation-free probe for imaging molecules in the brain

Scientists devise new radiation-free probe for imaging molecules in the brain

Scientists hoping to get a glimpse of molecules that control brain activity have devised a new probe that allows them to image these molecules without using any chemical or radioactive labels. [More]
Novel imaging technique shows promise to detect, monitor and guide therapy for prostate cancer

Novel imaging technique shows promise to detect, monitor and guide therapy for prostate cancer

An international group of researchers report success in mice of a method of using positron emission tomography scans to track, in real time, an antibody targeting a hormone receptor pathway specifically involved in prostate cancer. [More]
Study using Cubresa SPECT scanner finds potential non-invasive diagnosis for Alzheimer’s

Study using Cubresa SPECT scanner finds potential non-invasive diagnosis for Alzheimer’s

Cubresa’s SPECT scanner was used to determine if a novel molecular label, TRV6001, in development for in vivo imaging of the BChE enzyme present in the brains of Alzheimer’s Disease patients follows the known distribution of the enzyme in animal models of the disease. [More]
Dilon and GE receive FDA approval for Discovery NM750b breast imaging system

Dilon and GE receive FDA approval for Discovery NM750b breast imaging system

DILON Diagnostics and GE Healthcare are pleased to announce the FDA clearance of the Molecular Breast Imaging (MBI) localization accessory for breast biopsy. [More]
DILON Diagnostics to distribute GE's Discovery NM750b breast imaging system in North America

DILON Diagnostics to distribute GE's Discovery NM750b breast imaging system in North America

DILON Diagnostics and GE Healthcare are pleased to announce that they have signed an agreement for DILON to be the exclusive distributor of GE's Discovery NM750b Molecular Breast Imaging system in North America. [More]
Research sheds new light on how humans learn to behave under uncertainty

Research sheds new light on how humans learn to behave under uncertainty

New research has revealed how three important brain signaling chemicals affect the way that we handle uncertainty. [More]
FRET-FLIM imaging techniques help researchers to study activity of proteins in dendritic spines

FRET-FLIM imaging techniques help researchers to study activity of proteins in dendritic spines

An ongoing challenge for scientists working to understand the brain is being able to see all its parts. Researchers have spent centuries developing better imaging techniques to see beyond the abilities of our naked eyes. [More]
PET imaging can accurately identify difficult-to-diagnose cardiac amyloidosis

PET imaging can accurately identify difficult-to-diagnose cardiac amyloidosis

Reston, Virginia - Researchers at Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane, Australia, have demonstrated that cardiac amyloidosis (abnormal deposits of proteins in the heart), which is notoriously difficult to diagnose, can be visualized noninvasively with positron emission tomography (PET) using the radiotracer fluorine-18 (F-18)-florbetaben. [More]
MediSens reveals full agenda to include inspiring speakers

MediSens reveals full agenda to include inspiring speakers

This highly-anticipated agenda focuses on discussing a clear need to assist medical professionals in order to improve clinical outcomes, reduce dosage and control costs through advanced X-ray Imaging Systems. [More]
Researchers develop new, highly-specific functional imaging probe to detect hypoxic tumors

Researchers develop new, highly-specific functional imaging probe to detect hypoxic tumors

Tumor detection using targeted fluorescent imaging probes is a promising technology that takes advantage of specific molecular events occurring in cancer tissues. [More]
Monash researchers provide key insight into how T cells recognize viruses

Monash researchers provide key insight into how T cells recognize viruses

Last week marked the 20th anniversary of Professors Doherty and Zinkernagel's Nobel Prize in Medicine for discoveries concerning the immune system. [More]
Optical and PET/CT activity-based probes could help in non-invasive imaging of atherosclerotic plaques

Optical and PET/CT activity-based probes could help in non-invasive imaging of atherosclerotic plaques

Researchers at Stanford University have demonstrated for the first time the use of a dual optical and PET/CT activity-based probe to detect atherosclerotic plaques. The study is published in the October issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine. [More]
FMP initiates new project for early detection of Parkinson's disease with magnetized xenon gas

FMP initiates new project for early detection of Parkinson's disease with magnetized xenon gas

A new project for the early detection of Parkinson's disease with strongly magnetized xenon gas has been initiated at FMP. The team led by physicist Leif Schröder has received a three-year grant from the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research. [More]
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