Measurement of striatal and thalamic dopamine D2 receptor binding with 11C-raclopride.

@inproceedings{Hirvonen2003MeasurementOS,
  title={Measurement of striatal and thalamic dopamine D2 receptor binding with 11C-raclopride.},
  author={Jussi Hirvonen and Sargo Aalto and Ville Lumme and Kjell N{\aa}gren and Jaana Kajander and Harry Vilkman and Nora M. Hagelberg and Vesa Oikonen and Jarmo Hietala},
  year={2003}
}
11C-Raclopride is a widely used positron emission tomography (PET) tracer for measurement of striatal D 2 dopamine receptor binding characteristics. Recently, 11 C-raclopride has also been used for quantification of thalamic D 2 receptor binding. We studied reproducibility and validity issues on the thalamic D 2 binding measurements using healthy volunteer test-retest data and simulated data. Eight healthy male volunteers received 11 C-raclopride as a bolus injection in a standard test-retest… CONTINUE READING

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