Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) is a new imaging modality that directly images and quantitates iron-oxide nanoparticle tracers at in 3D. Because the tracer is not normally found in the body, MPI images have exceptional contrast and high sensitivity. This allows us to see tracers in cells (immune cell tracking), blood (perfusion) and other functional systems (targeting, drug delivery systems, etc.) within a living organism.
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