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Agents to inhibit pathological angiogenesis

Researchers in Prof. John Cooke’s laboratory have developed patented methods for suppressing angiogenesis with nicotine receptor antagonist compounds. This concept was initially validated by a variety of preclinical in vitro and in vivo model systems. ...
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Dual panel PET scanner

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a high-performance PET scanner optimized for focal imaging. The scanner uses an optimized, sized, curved, dual-panel configuration that incorporates both photon depth-of-interaction and time-of-flight tech...
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