In vivo molecular-genetic imaging.

@article{Blasberg2002InVM,
  title={In vivo molecular-genetic imaging.},
  author={Ronald G. Blasberg and Juri Gelovani-Tjuvajev},
  journal={Journal of cellular biochemistry. Supplement},
  year={2002},
  volume={39},
  pages={172-83}
}
Noninvasive in vivo molecular-genetic imaging has developed over the past decade and involves nuclear (PET, gamma camera), magnetic resonance, and in vivo optical imaging systems. Although three different imaging strategies - "direct," "indirect" and "surrogate" - are being used, most current in vivo molecular imaging strategies are "indirect" and involve the coupling of a "reporter gene" with a complimentary "reporter probe." Imaging the level of probe accumulation provides indirect… CONTINUE READING

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