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An 18F-FBEM Labeled Affibody Protein for PET Imaging of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor1 (EGFR) Expression

Stanford University researchers have developed an 18F-labeled Affibody (an antibody mimic) that specifically targets epidermal growth factor 1 (EGFR) to diagnose and monitor EGFR-positive tumors via PET imaging. This advance enables same day administratio...
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Motion-Compensated Orthogonal Video Transform

Stanford engineers have developed a new video coding technology that offers a highly error-robust representation. The invention represents a sequence of images in an orthogonal signal space while permitting motion compensation among the images of the seq...
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