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  • PCI imaging is comparable to PET/CT imaging for showing a drug’s dose and location, as indicated by these maps of drug-treated mouse brains. The images on the far left were acquired using an ultrasound imaging technique named PCI, and the center images with PET/CT imaging. On each image, the yellow color indicates a higher concentration of drug in the brain. The right pane is an overlay of the two individual scans illustrating their overlap.
    Chen lab, Washington University
    PCI imaging is comparable to PET/CT imaging for showing a drug’s dose and location, as indicated by these maps of drug-treated mouse brains. The images on the far left were acquired using an ultrasound imaging technique named PCI, and the center images with PET/CT imaging. On each image, the yellow color indicates a higher concentration of drug in the brain. The right pane is an overlay of the two individual scans illustrating their overlap.
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