The Martinos Center’s Christin Sander and colleagues reported the finding last month.
Pauline Désogère and colleagues described the probe in a Science Translational Medicine paper published online today.
A new PET radiotracer could enable early detection of the risk of heart failure or cardiac arrhythmia, and thus help to save more lives.
The Center produced 277 nuclear reactions last year and you didn't hear about any of them. Here's why.
We know that how well we can smell is a reliable marker of brain health. Now we have a better way to measure this, and maybe to diagnose dementia in its early stages.