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Using PET for the Evaluation of Innovative Analgetics with Dual Mode of Action (Dual²PET)

Innovative drugs targeting two modes of action based on one chemical structure are a promising novel therapeutic approach in medicine.

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PAIN-Vis

Novel PET tracers provide promising opportunities to study molecular pathological changes associated with peripheral pain and enables to determine its exact location in the body.

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Radiotracer development

The first prerequisite of radiotracer development is an identification of the molecular target. Molecular targets can be specifically addressed by using corresponding lead structures. Usually these lead structures belong to for example enzyme substrates or receptor ligands. More: Radiotracer development …

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Radiopharmaceutical production

The INM-5 produces radiopharmaceuticals for the Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and supplies both FZJ internal institutions and external University clinics (Universities of Aachen, Bonn, Cologne, Münster, among others). More: Radiopharmaceutical production …

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PET-Imaging

PET imaging enables to non-invasively visualize the structure, function, wiring and chemistry of the human brain. More: PET-Imaging …

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Cyclotron

Usually, all radionuclides applied in molecular imaging have to be produced at an accelerator. More: Cyclotron …

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Non-standard radionuclides

With the growing impact of PET in clinical diagnosis, besides standard positron emitters the need for novel, non-standard positron emitters, e.g. 64Cu, 73Se, 76Br or 120I, is evident. More: Non-standard radionuclides …

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