Researchers modify gamma-ray camera for biological imaging

12/21/2008 | NanoTechWire.com

Japanese researchers were able to produce images of multiple radioactive isotopes simultaneously in a live mouse with the aid of a semiconductor Compton molecular imaging camera. The results suggest that with further modifications to improve image resolution, the Compton camera could be a useful tool for biological imaging.

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