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  • Molecular Imaging Bibliography

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    Baumeister, W. Mapping molecular landscapes inside cells. 2004. Biol Chem. 385. 10. 865-72.

    Biswal, S., D. L. Resnick, et al. Molecular imaging: integration of molecular imaging into the musculoskeletal imaging practice. 2007. Radiology. 244. 3. 651-71.

    Braet, F. and K. Ratinac. Creating next-generation microscopists: structural and molecular biology at the crossroads. 2007. J Cell Mol Med. 11. 4. 759-63.

    Brautigam, M. and L. Dinkelborg. Molecular imaging I. Foreword. 2008. Handb Exp Pharmacol. 185 Pt 1. v-vi.

    Brautigam, M. and L. Dinkelborg. Molecular Imaging II. Foreword. 2008. Handb Exp Pharmacol. 185 Pt 2. v-vi.

    Contag, C. H. In vivo pathology: seeing with molecular specificity and cellular resolution in the living body. 2007. Annu Rev Pathol. 2. 277-305.

    Danthi, S. N., S. D. Pandit, et al. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: VII. Molecular imaging probes. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 9. 1047-54.

    Gambhir, S. S. Molecular imaging of cancer: from molecules to humans. Introduction. 2008. J Nucl Med. 49 Suppl 2. 1S-4S.

    Gambhir, S. S. Molecular imaging of cancer with positron emission tomography. 2002. Nat Rev Cancer. 2. 9. 683-93.

    Gross, S. and D. Piwnica-Worms. Molecular imaging strategies for drug discovery and development. 2006. Curr Opin Chem Biol. 10. 4. 334-42.

    Hargreaves, R. J. The role of molecular imaging in drug discovery and development. 2008. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 83. 2. 349-53.

    Jaffer, F. A. and R. Weissleder. Molecular imaging in the clinical arena. 2005. JAMA. 293. 7. 855-62.

    Landini, L., M. F. Santarelli, et al. Molecular imaging: its application in cardiovascular diagnosis. 2005. Curr Pharm Des. 11. 17. 2225-34.

    Li, K. C. Molecular imaging II. Molecular imaging is still receiving attention. 2004. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. 23. 5. 16-7.

    Li, K. C. A primer on molecular biology for imagers IX. How to become a molecular imager . 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 11. 1274-7.

    Mahmood, U. Near infrared optical applications in molecular imaging. Earlier, more accurate assessment of disease presence, disease course, and efficacy of disease treatment. 2004. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. 23. 4. 58-66.

    Mankoff, D. A., J. F. Eary, et al. Tumor-specific positron emission tomography imaging in patients: [18F] fluorodeoxyglucose and beyond. 2007. Clin Cancer Res. 13. 12. 3460-9.

    Mankoff, D. A., F. O'Sullivan, et al. Molecular imaging research in the outcomes era: measuring outcomes for individualized cancer therapy. 2007. Acad Radiol. 14. 4. 398-405.

    Massoud, T. F. and S. S. Gambhir. Integrating noninvasive molecular imaging into molecular medicine: an evolving paradigm. 2007. Trends Mol Med. 13. 5. 183-91.

    T. F. and S. S. Gambhir. Molecular imaging in living subjects: seeing fundamental biological processes in a new light. 2003. Genes Dev. 17. 5. 545-80.

    Michalet, X., F. F. Pinaud, et al. Quantum dots for live cells, in vivo imaging, and diagnostics. 2005. Science. 307. 5709. 538-44.

    Miller, J. C. and J. H. Thrall. Clinical molecular imaging. 2004. J Am Coll Radiol. 1. 1 Suppl. 4-23.

    Nikiforidis, G. C., G. C. Sakellaropoulos, et al. Molecular imaging and the unification of multilevel mechanisms and data in medical physics. 2008. Med Phys. 35. 8. 3444-52.

    Ntziachristos, V. Fluorescence molecular imaging. 2006. Annu Rev Biomed Eng. 8. 1-33.

    Ntziachristos, V., J. Ripoll, et al. Looking and listening to light: the evolution of whole-body photonic imaging. 2005. Nat Biotechnol. 23. 3. 313-20.

    Otero, H. J., S. M. Erturk, et al. Molecular imaging programs in the United States: results of a national survey. 2007. Acad Radiol. 14. 2. 125-36.

    Pandit, S. D., M. Bednarski, et al. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: I. DNA, how does it work? 2003. Acad Radiol. 10. 11. 1215-23.

    Pandit, S. D. and K. C. Li. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: II. Transcription and gene expression. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 3. 333-44.

    Pandit, S. D. and K. C. Li. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: III. Proteins: structure and function. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 4. 448-61.

    Pandit, S. D. and K. C. Li. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: IV. concepts and basic methods in molecular biology. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 6. 686-97.

    Rudin, M. and R. Weissleder. Molecular imaging in drug discovery and development. 2003. Nat Rev Drug Discov. 2. 2. 123-31.

    Thomasson, D. M., A. Gharib, et al. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: VIII. Equipment for imaging molecular processes. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 10. 1159-70.

    Vuu, K., S. D. Pandit, et al. A primer on molecular biology for imagers: V. Genomics: a global approach to the study of genes. 2004. Acad Radiol. 11. 7. 817-28.

    Wang, D. S., M. D. Dake, et al. Molecular imaging: a primer for interventionalists and imagers. 2006. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 17. 9. 1405-23.

    Weissleder, R. Molecular imaging in cancer. 2006. Science. 312. 5777. 1168-71.

    Weissleder, R. Scaling down imaging: molecular mapping of cancer in mice. 2002. Nat Rev Cancer. 2. 1. 11-8.

    Weissleder, R. and U. Mahmood. Molecular imaging. 2001. Radiology. 219. 2. 316-33.

    Weissleder, R. and V. Ntziachristos. Shedding light onto live molecular targets. 2003. Nat Med. 9. 1. 123-8.

    Weissleder, R. and M. J. Pittet. Imaging in the era of molecular oncology. 2008. Nature. 452. 7187. 580-9.

    Wester, H. J. Nuclear imaging probes: from bench to bedside. 2007. Clin Cancer Res. 13. 12. 3470-81.

    Willmann, J. K., N. van Bruggen, et al. Molecular imaging in drug development. 2008. Nat Rev Drug Discov. 7. 7. 591-607.

    Wu, J. C., F. M. Bengel, et al. Cardiovascular molecular imaging. 2007. Radiology. 244. 2. 337-55. 

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