Molecular imaging using IgG-TAT based radioimmunoconjugates

Author(s): Mathew Veal, Professor Bart Cornelissen

Hospital: University of Oxford, University Medical Centre Groningen

Reference: RAD Magazine, 47, 556, 20-21


Clinical imaging has become a fundamental tool in modern medicine, utilising modalities including CT, MRI, ultrasound, SPECT and PET. The ever-increasing complexity revealed by molecular biology along with the implementation of highly specialised precision therapeutics has created a demand for molecularly targeted imaging devices, also known as molecular imaging.

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