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Imaging compounds in live animals

Post  Pixar on Wed Feb 22, 2012 10:48 pm

Is it possible to image deuterated compounds (or compounds containing carbon 15) in live animals and without the use of fluorine? Is it possible to see exactly in what part of an organ the compound is interacting? I've heard about in vivo nmr but am not really sure what that is...if someone could please help, i'd greatly appreciate it.

EDIT: For example, I'd like to track where two chemicals interact with the brain, and see if there is a direct correlation between brain activity and where those two chemicals attached/interacted with the brain tissue.

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Re: Imaging compounds in live animals

Post  Pixar on Thu Feb 23, 2012 1:00 am

Ummm...you guys suck

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