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High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals

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High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals. / Mcdougald, Wendy A.; Collins, Richard; Green, Mark; Tavares, Adriana A. S.

In: Frontiers in Physics, Vol. 5, 13.10.2017.

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Mcdougald, WA, Collins, R, Green, M & Tavares, AAS 2017, 'High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals', Frontiers in Physics, vol. 5. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphy.2017.00050

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Mcdougald, W. A., Collins, R., Green, M., & Tavares, A. A. S. (2017). High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals. Frontiers in Physics, 5. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphy.2017.00050

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Mcdougald WA, Collins R, Green M, Tavares AAS. High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals. Frontiers in Physics. 2017 Oct 13;5. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphy.2017.00050

Author

Mcdougald, Wendy A. ; Collins, Richard ; Green, Mark ; Tavares, Adriana A. S. / High Dose MicroCT Does Not Contribute Toward Improved MicroPET/CT Image Quantitative Accuracy and Can Limit Longitudinal Scanning of Small Animals. In: Frontiers in Physics. 2017 ; Vol. 5.