Breakthroughs in Small Animal Imaging_Technical Insights

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The small animal imaging or in vivo preclinical imaging market began to come into existence from the early 1990s when scientists studying biology and disease processes realized that clinical image could help them reduce the cost of research and time span of their animal studies. At present, medical imaging is an important tool in research applications focused toward drug discovery/ development and in the understanding of basic pathological physiology, where changes at the cellular or molecular level in animal models must be closely monitored over time. Broadly, the technology can be segmented into optical imaging, micro computed tomography (micro-CT), micro-MRI, nuclear imaging and micro-ultrasonography (micro-

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