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In vivo imaging in drug development GAMMA SCINTIGRAPHY. Summer 12

Gamma scintigraphy is a non-invasive technique with applications in the development of drug products and the assessment of pharmacodynamic effects in humans. It enables the assessment of critical performance parameters that in vitro techniques attempt, but often fail, to predict. Quantification of pharmacodynamic effects (eg gastrointestinal transit; gall bladder emptying; lung mucociliary clearance) provides insights into the mode of action of drug candidates.

A Focus on Molecular Imaging. Spring 08

By combining cutting-edge biomedical research with the time-proven ability to visualise the unseen, the rapidly emerging field of molecular imaging promises to open new vistas for a wide range of individuals, from basic researchers to scientists working in drug discovery and development and to physicians in medical practice.