Imaging of amyloid β in Alzheimer's disease with 18F-BAY94-9172, a novel PET tracer: proof of mechanism

@article{Rowe2008ImagingOA,
  title={Imaging of amyloid $\beta$ in Alzheimer's disease with 18F-BAY94-9172, a novel PET tracer: proof of mechanism},
  author={Christopher C. Rowe and Uwe Ackerman and William Browne and Rachel S. Mulligan and Kerryn L Pike and Graeme J. O'Keefe and Henry Tochon-Danguy and Gordon Chan and Salvatore U. Berlangieri and Gareth Jones and Kerryn L Dickinson-Rowe and Hank P Kung and Wei Zhang and Mei-Ping T. Kung and Daniel M. Skovronsky and Thomas Dyrks and Gerhard Holl and Sabine Krause and Matthias Friebe and Lutz Lehman and Stefanie Lindemann and Ludger M. Dinkelborg and Colin L. Masters and Victor L. Villemagne},
  journal={The Lancet Neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={129-135}
}

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