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Cost-effectiveness analysis and the regulatory and reimbursement process are also discussed.

Molecular Imaging: Principles and Practice

There are few redundancies despite the many chapters and large amount of logical information. The clear, informative figures illustrate the concepts well and show many examples of molecular imaging. The tables, updated references, and index are useful and helpful.

This book is the most authoritative and effective resource for imaging students and practitioners at all levels for the integration of molecular imaging into basic sciences and translational networks. I highly recommend it to trainees and practitioners in the fields of nuclear medicine and radiology and to imaging scientists and research workers using molecular imaging techniques in oncology, neurology, and cardiology.

Molecular Imaging: Principles and Practice E. Edmund Kim M.

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PubMed Articles by Kim, E. Part II chemistry of molecular imaging reviews chemical approaches to designing probes for different types of imaging methods. This part contains 19 chapters on the emerging field of nanomaterials, chemical biology, and probe design, as well as signal amplification strategies.


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Part III molecular imaging in cell and molecular biology contains 12 chapters dedicated to protein engineering, vectors, and pathways. System biology, phage display, gene therapy, tumor vasculature, hypoxia, and fluorescent readouts are discussed. Part IV applications of molecular imaging summarizes the advanced techniques of molecular imaging in different clinical disease entities. Part V molecular imaging in drug evaluation consists of 4 chapters dedicated to imaging in drug development and gene therapy, including clinical trials with PET and MRI.

Molecular Imaging: Principles and Practice

Part VI other provides 6 chapters on computation, bioinformatics, and modeling. Cost-effectiveness analysis and the regulatory and reimbursement process are also discussed.


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    • The tables, updated references, and index are useful and helpful. This book is the most authoritative and effective resource for imaging students and practitioners at all levels for the integration of molecular imaging into basic sciences and translational networks.

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      I highly recommend it to trainees and practitioners in the fields of nuclear medicine and radiology and to imaging scientists and research workers using molecular imaging techniques in oncology, neurology, and cardiology. Molecular Imaging: Principles and Practice E. Edmund Kim M.