Plan on meeting MILabs at two upcoming conferences
International Symposium on Trends
in Radiopharmaceuticals (ISTR-2019)
28 October–1 November 2019, Vienna
IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (NSS)
and Medical Imaging Conference (MIC)
26 October-2 November, Manchester
Every year, the IAEA-ISTR and IEEE NSS-MIC conferences offer forums for leading suppliers and industry professionals to come together for face-to-face meetings, exhibition, conference, and educational programming.
This year, MILabs is highlighting its award-winning broadband photon tomography technology, bringing together on a single but scalable platform, PET, SPECT, Optical and X-ray CT preclinical imaging modalities.
The real ingenuity of this preclinical imaging platform lies in the innovation of synergistic multimodality imaging, enabling ultra-high-resolution diagnostic and radiotherapy imaging with photon energies from 1 eV to 1 MeV, including all alpha and beta radiotherapy isotopes. Pre-book an appointment during one of these conferences to discuss your application needs and how MILabs can help your research and specific applications move forward:
The image of the 18th century Chinese multilayer ivory puzzle balls is a volumetric rendering from a MILabs microCT scan. The number of layers integrated within the ball characterize ingenuity and excellence in craftsmanship. If you want to know more about the number of layers within, please ask one of our representatives:
Some selected scientific publications featuring MILabs systems:
J.C. Knight et al., Dual-isotope antibody imaging allows in vivo immunohistochemistry using radiolabeled antibodies in tumors, nuclear Medicine and Biology. Feb 2019.
H.T. Kuo et al., Enhancing Treatment Efficacy of 177Lu-PSMA-617 with the Conjugation of an Albumin-Binding Motif: Preclinical Dosimetry and Endoradiotherapy Studies, Mol Pharm. September 2018.
D.S. Abou et al., First Whole-Body Three-Dimensional Tomographic Imaging of Alpha Particle Emitting Radium-223, bioRxiv. September 2018.
Z. Vrselja et al., Restoration of brain circulation and cellular functions hours post-mortem, Nature. April 2019
A. Molotkov et al., Three-dimensional optical imaging with MILabs OI-CT to track intracranial injection and to visualize blood brain barrier permeability, Unpublished Poster WMIC 2019.
S. Kim et al., Transneuronal Propagation of Pathologic α-Synuclein from the Gut to the Brain Models Parkinson’s Disease, Neuron. June 2019.
N.E. Boutagy et al., Noninvasive In Vivo Quantification of Adeno-Associated Virus Serotype 9–Mediated Expression of the hNIS Under Hindlimb Ischemia and Neuraminidase Desialylation in Skeletal Muscle Using SPECT/CT, Circ Cardiovasc Imaging. July 2019.
S. Zhou et al., Plant-derived chlorophyll derivative loaded liposomes for tri-model imaging guided photodynamic therapy, Nanoscale. October 2019.
M. Pannell et al. Imaging of translocator protein upregulation is selective for pro-inflammatory polarized astrocytes and microglia, GLIA. September 2019.
Xiaolei Gu et al., Nanoagents Based on Poly(ethylene glycol)-b-Poly(l-thyroxine) Block Copolypeptide for Enhanced Dual-Modality Imaging and Targeted Tumor Radiotherapy, Small. September 2019