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Denator partners with Maastricht University to develop sample stabilization approaches for clinical applications

Denator partners with Maastricht University to develop sample stabilization approaches for clinical applications

Denator AB announced today that the company has entered into a 2-year collaboration with the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute (M4I) of Maastricht University, the Netherlands. As part of the collaboration, Denator will work closely with the M4I Division of Imaging Mass Spectrometry, headed by university professor Ron Heeren, to jointly develop and evaluate innovative sample stabilization approaches for clinical applications. [More]

New MR Solutions maintenance and upgrade service available for Agilent MRI systems

A new maintenance and upgrade service is available for existing Agilent MRI preclinical imaging equipment, by MR Solutions Ltd, based in Guildford, Surrey. Following Agilent’s withdrawal from this market, a package of maintenance and upgrade solutions has been developed to ensure that these machines stay abreast of modern technology. [More]
Fast and focused sequencing from single genes to entire exomes

Fast and focused sequencing from single genes to entire exomes

Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) will host a talk on maximizing efficiency of NGS enrichment panels at the qPCR & NGS 2015 Advanced Molecular Diagnostics for Biomarker Discovery Symposium on Monday March 23rd at 3PM. The talk will detail current technical issues faced by researchers when using hybridization enrichment panels and provide practical advice on how to increase successes while reducing time and costs in targeted sequencing. [More]
Vrije University Brussels installs MILabs PET-SPECT-CT-MRI platform for nanobody research

Vrije University Brussels installs MILabs PET-SPECT-CT-MRI platform for nanobody research

The comprehensive MILabs PET-SPECT-CT-MR preclinical platform combines the best PET-SPECT functional imaging capabilities (sub-half-mm SPECT resolution and sub-mm PET resolution) with high resolution anatomical imaging from an integrated X-ray CT subsystem and/or a compact cryogen free 1.5 T MRI unit [More]
18F-fluoride PET/MR imaging could diagnose cause of foot pain better than other methods

18F-fluoride PET/MR imaging could diagnose cause of foot pain better than other methods

A single scan could diagnose the cause of foot pain better and with less radiation exposure to the patient than other methods, according to a study in the March 2015 issue of The Journal of Nuclear Medicine. [More]
bScreen  LB 991: Label-free high-throughput reader

bScreen LB 991: Label-free high-throughput reader

The bScreen combines the performance of µArray formats with the information available from label-free technologies. With a footprint of only 66 x 61 cm2 it substitutes a fluorescence µArray reader and a conventional label-free system (e.g. SPR) in a single instrument. [More]
Milestones in microCT development: an interview with Alexander Sasov, CEO, Bruker MicroCT

Milestones in microCT development: an interview with Alexander Sasov, CEO, Bruker MicroCT

MicroCT (micron-scale computed tomography) technology was completely unknown when it began to be commercially available more than 15 years ago.... [More]

MR Solutions adds new 4.7T system to cryogen-free, preclinical MRI imaging family

A new addition to the cryogen-free, preclinical MRI imaging family, the 4.7T model, is now available to order. It joins the 3T and 7T systems for superior soft tissue contrast and molecular imaging research. This has been brought to the market by MR Solutions, the world’s largest independent developer and manufacturer of commercially available MRI technology. [More]
University of Tübingen, Mediso partner to develop whole body preclinical PET insert

University of Tübingen, Mediso partner to develop whole body preclinical PET insert

University of Tübingen and Mediso Ltd announced today at the 4th Tübingen PET/MR Workshop to enter into a collaboration to develop a whole body preclinical PET insert based on silicon photomultiplier sensor technology. This system can be inserted into a high field (7T) preclinical MRI scanner to enable simultaneous PET/MR imaging. [More]
Johns Hopkins study shows value follow-up PET/CT scans in patients with lung cancer

Johns Hopkins study shows value follow-up PET/CT scans in patients with lung cancer

New research from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine reveals a high value of scans which could lead to future change of reimbursement policies for follow-up positron emission tomography/computed tomography (PET/CT) studies in lung cancer. The study, featured in the February 2015 issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine, establishes the value of fourth and subsequent follow-up PET/CT scans in clinical assessment and management change in patients with the disease. [More]
Biocartis to develop Rapid Ebola Virus Triage Test

Biocartis to develop Rapid Ebola Virus Triage Test

Biocartis believes its Rapid Ebola Virus Triage Test could provide a sustainable solution for rapid detection of Ebola-infected patients even after the current Ebola outbreak. [More]
The Marcus Foundation awards $14 million grant to Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals

The Marcus Foundation awards $14 million grant to Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals

Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals received a $14 million grant from The Marcus Foundation, Inc., which will establish Marcus Integrative Health at the Myrna Brind Center - Villanova. [More]
Researchers explore KRAS pathway to find potential target for treating lung cancer

Researchers explore KRAS pathway to find potential target for treating lung cancer

Despite the promise of the gene KRAS as a target for treating lung cancer, finding effective therapies has been challenging. Now researchers are traveling down the pathway to find what makes KRAS cancerous. [More]
Novel technique could help identify cancerous tissue during brain tumor surgery

Novel technique could help identify cancerous tissue during brain tumor surgery

A novel radioguided surgery technique could quickly and effectively identify residual cancer cells during brain tumor surgery, with low radiation exposure for both patients and surgeons. The study, featured in the January 2015 issue of the Journal of Nuclear Medicine, reports that Y-90 DOTATOC, a beta-minus-emitting tracer, can effectively delineate the margins of meningiomas and high-grade gliomas. [More]
MU's Kattesh Katti named 2015 Hevesy Medal Award winner for contributing to nanomedicine

MU's Kattesh Katti named 2015 Hevesy Medal Award winner for contributing to nanomedicine

Gold nanoparticles have been proven useful in a number of medical applications. Scientists are developing nanoparticles to produce pharmaceuticals used in the imaging and diagnosis of diseases such as cancer, arthritis, Parkinson's disease and eye degeneration. [More]
U-M researchers reveal key gene that may provide potential target for cancer treatment

U-M researchers reveal key gene that may provide potential target for cancer treatment

One of the mysteries in cancer biology is how one protein, TGF-beta, can both stop cancer from forming and encourage its aggressive growth. [More]
Elsevier assumes publication of Neoplasia and Translational Oncology journals

Elsevier assumes publication of Neoplasia and Translational Oncology journals

Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and solutions, has announced that it has acquired Neoplasia Press Inc. and assumes publication of its flagship journals, Neoplasia and Translational Oncology. These peer-reviewed, open access journals are now published by Elsevier under the Neoplasia Press imprint. [More]
New imaging technology to detect cancer during surgery moves a step closer to market

New imaging technology to detect cancer during surgery moves a step closer to market

New imaging technology that for the first time enables surgeons to detect cancer in real time during operations has moved a step closer to market thanks to a £2m ($3.1m) funding round by UK medical device company Lightpoint Medical. [More]
Adding Tomosynthesis to standard mammography improves breast cancer screening, reduces radiation level

Adding Tomosynthesis to standard mammography improves breast cancer screening, reduces radiation level

Dr. Lisa Weinstock, Director of Women's Digital Imaging in Ridgewood, said she has added Hologic Low-Dose 3-D Mammography (Breast Tomosynthesis) with C-View 2-D Imaging to enhance breast cancer screening of patients. [More]

Lightpoint Medical raises $3.1M in Series A financing round for medical imaging technology

Lightpoint Medical, a developer of innovative surgical imaging technologies, announced today that the company has raised £2 million ($3.1 million) in a Series A financing round. [More]
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