Ralph Weissleder, Brian D. Ross, Alnawaz Rehemtulla, Sanjiv Sam Gambgir
Pmph Usa; 1st edition (June 30; 2010)
The discipline of molecular imaging of live subjects has undergone remarkable development in recent years, which has led to breakthroughs in engineering, chemistry, and the realm of biomedical applications. This downloadable textbook, Molecular Imaging: Principles and Practice (PDF), written by Ralph Weissleder and others, was created with the intention of meeting the demand for a credible source in the multi-disciplinary field of study. We are really lucky to have been able to gather over eighty prominent authors who have contributed 75 separate chapters. The book is divided into six different sections due to the multidisciplinary nature of the field. These sections are: Molecular Imaging technologies; Applications of Molecular Imaging; Molecular Imaging in Cell and Molecular Biology; Chemistry; Molecular Imaging in Drug Evaluation; and the final section is comprised of chapters on bioinformatics; computation and modeling. Molecular Imaging in Cell and Molecular Biology; The huge amount of information has been logically organized, and every effort has been made to eliminate any unnecessary repetition between the chapters. It promotes the utilization of figures as a means of illustrating concepts and supplying a great deal of outstanding examples of molecular imaging.