Small animal imaging. current technology and perspectives for oncological imaging.

@article{Lewis2002SmallAI,
  title={Small animal imaging. current technology and perspectives for oncological imaging.},
  author={Jason S Lewis and Sam Achilefu and Joel R. Garbow and Richard Laforest and Michael J. Welch},
  journal={European journal of cancer},
  year={2002},
  volume={38 16},
  pages={2173-88}
}
Advances in the biomedical sciences have been accelerated by the introduction of many new imaging technologies in recent years. With animal models widely used in the basic and pre-clinical sciences, finding ways to conduct animal experiments more accurately and efficiently becomes a key factor in the success and timeliness of research. Non-invasive imaging technologies prove to be extremely valuable tools in performing such studies and have created the recent surge in small animal imaging. This… CONTINUE READING

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