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Multiscale optical imaging for unraveling the in vivo fate of nanomedicine
The Institute for Experimental Molecular Imaging’s (RWTH Aachen) research team uses MILabs Optical imaging system, intravital microscopy, and immunohistochemistry to investigate cancer nanomedicine delivery and uptake in vivo.
Optical imaging of the whole-body to cellular biodistribution of clinical-stage PEG-b-pHPMA
This webinar describes a multiscale and multimodal optical imaging approach for evaluating core-crosslinked polymeric micelles (CCPM) designed for cancer treatment. The biodistribution and target site accumulation of CCPM were macroscopically and microscopically investigated.
Synergetic Ultra-high Definition PET, SPECT, X-ray and Optical CT
This talk describes the most recent advances of the award-winning MILabs VECTor6 PET, SPECT, X-ray & Optical CT preclinical imaging platform. Several unique applications of the VECTor 6 technology will be presented, performed by many research labs across the globe.
Multifaceted imaging of the musculoskeletal system and more…
Musculoskeletal imaging plays a major role in disease diagnosis, pathogenesis, and (radio) pharmaceutics development. In this webinar, examples of advanced imaging techniques performed on MILabs’ multimodality PET, SPECT, CT, and OI systems are presented.
Quantitative Multimodal Fluorescence and Bioluminescence Tomography with the MILabs OI-CT System
Hybrid fluorescence tomography and x-ray computed tomography (FLT-CT) provided by the MILabs OI-CT system allows non-invasive longitudinal volumetric assessment of fluorescent probes in mice in vivo. This talk demonstrates that FLT-CT can be used to quantitatively determine the biodistribution NIRF-labeled probes.
Multimodal in vivo imaging of CAR T cell therapies using MILab’s OI-CT system
This webinar describes Miltenyi Biotech’s approach establishing multimodal optical imaging of CAR T cell therapies, using the MILabs optical imaging micro CT system.
Hoffman Memorial Lecture
Lecture at Freek Beekman’s receipt of the Hoffman Memorial Award at the 2017 Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging.
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