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High energy photon detection using pulse width modulation

Researchers in the Molecular Imaging Instrumentation Laboratory at Stanford University have developed a system for digitizing high energy photon readings for high energy photon-radionuclide detection systems, including PET (positron emission tomography). ...
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Small-Molecule Inhibitors of Gli Function

Researchers in Dr. James Chen’s lab at Stanford have discovered novel Hedgehog (Hh) pathway inhibitors that may serve as anti-cancer therapeutics. The Hh pathway plays a critical role in patterning, homeostasis, and oncogenic transformation of multiple...
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