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Edinburgh Molecular Imaging Supports BHF Grant

Edinburgh Molecular Imaging is proud to support the University of Edinburgh team.
The researchers aim to create new chemicals – known as tracers – to illuminate these unstable plaques in patients. The tracers – which contain small amounts of radioactivity – are injected into the bloodstream and stick to the plaques. This allows their detection on an imaging technique known as positron emission tomography (PET) scanning.

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