Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is an emerging noninvasive, diagnostic imaging technique in the field of Molecular Imaging. Using super-paramagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) tracers, MPI generates positive contrast images with limited to no background. The technology has extensive applications for diagnostic imaging, such as: imaging cancer, inflammation, tracking cellular therapeutics, and visualizing vascular perfusion. Combining both high sensitivity and specificity, MPI does not suffer from signal attenuation due to tissue depth. MPI is expected to provide a significant advancement for cellular and molecular research.
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