Magnetic Nanoparticles: Particle Science, Imaging Technology, and Clinical Applications : Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Magnetic Particle Imaging
World Scientific, 2010 - 246 Seiten
In these proceedings, an overview on recent results of a novel imaging modality based on magnetic nanoparticles is given. This imaging concept, called magnetic particle imaging (MPI), falls into the category of functional imaging and, hence, the magnetic nanoparticles may serve as tracers of metabolic processes. Today, there are interesting challenges within the practical set-up of a scanning device and also in the design of new MPI nanoparticles. During this workshop at the University of L beck in 2010, scientists from chemical engineering, biology, electrical engineering, physics, computer sciences and medicine discussed the promises and challenges of MPI.
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MAGNETIC PARTICLE SPECTROMETRY
MAGNETIC PARTICLE IMAGING
IMAGING TECHNOLOGY AND SAFETY ASPECTS
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