Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, December 22nd, 2009
"Prior to committing more costly resources to the project, evidence was sought for uptake of the molecules into neurons in living organisms. Two F-19 tag configurations of seven or nine atoms were investigated. Crayfish aggression provided a paradigm for obtaining preliminary data on the scarce new molecules. After establishing that...
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