Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) enables real-time in vivo imaging of several gamma radioactive compounds. Various commercial ligands offer a straightforward method to follow pathological changes during time or competitive binding of potential drugs. ADME studies with SPECT/CT and gamma counting methods provide fast results.
Combination of SPECT image with CT enables anatomical reference for molecular imaging.
b-CIT imaging with SPECT/CT
b-CIT imaging with SPECT/CT can be used to study the dopaminergic system (available only in Finland). It can also be used to analyze the condition of the striatum and to study the competitive binding affinity for presynaptic dopamine transporters (DAT) in the brains of mammals.
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