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  • Textbook of In Vivo Imaging in Vertebrates

Textbook of In Vivo Imaging in Vertebrates

  • 35.00€

Tags: Vertebrates, Animal models, Diagnostic imaging, Imaging technologies, Biomedical applications


This book describes the new imaging techniques being developed to monitor physiological, cellular and subcellular function within living animals. This field of imaging science brings together physics, chemistry, engineering, biology and medicine to yield powerful and versatile imaging approaches. By combining advanced non-invasive imaging technologies with new mechanisms for visualizing biochemical events and protein and gene function, non-invasive vertebrate imaging enables the in vivo study of biology and offers rapid routes from basic discovery to drug development and clinical application. 388 p.

 

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Vasilis Ntziachristos, Editor. Massachusetts General Hospital, Imaging Department, Boston, MA (USA).
  • Anne Leroy-Willig, Editor. Université Paris-Sud, Orsay (France).
  • Bertrand Tavitian, Editor. Unité d'Imagerie de l'Expression des Genes, CEA - SHFJ - INSERM/ERITM, Orsay (France).


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  • Publication date (print): 2007-07
  • ISBN (print): 978-0-470-01528-5
  • ISBN (ebook): 978-0-470-02958-9 (2007-08)

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