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Studying cancer biology and therapeutic targets using PET technology

Jan 18, 2018

Bruker Albira technology offers advanced imaging techniques for experiments in living animals. Seamless integration of PET, SPECT and CT in one compact footprint allows the study of a full range of biological processes, including gene expression, enzyme and protein activity, progression and treatment of diseases, and the biodistribution, pharmacodynamics or pharmacokinetics of new drugs.

And the most recently released model, the Bruker Albira Si, is the first commercially available PET system to feature advanced silicon photomultipliers (SiPM) technology. SiPM offers major advantages over traditional PET technology by delivering the highest Full Field of View Accuracy (FFA) imaging and quantification and full MRI compatibility.

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