Biochemical transparency of the human body is at the doorstep of advanced technology. Toward this goal the book describes relevant isotopic tracer techniques of nuclear medicine. It deals with quantitatively measuring in vivo biochemical reactions as they occur within homeostatic circuits under control by genes and protein interactions. The text indicates how nuclear medicine can aid clinical researchers and practitioners, human geneticists and pharmacologists in understanding (and affecting) gene-phenotype relationships. Experts give background, techniques and examples in an interdisciplinary approach to regional imaging and in vitro analyses of biochemical reactions.... NaI(T1) 109 aquot;Tc-nanocolloids 620 nanoparticles, magnetic 722 natural a 40K 317 a killer cells 310 NCA (nonspecific ... reactive nitrogen species (RNS) 310 NLS (nuclear localization signal peptide) 702 NMR a imaging of natural aNa 255, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Molecular Nuclear Medicine|
|Author||:||L.E. Feinendegen, W.W. Shreeve, W.C. Eckelman, Yong-Whee Bahk, H.N. Jr. Wagner|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|