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  • Biomedical imaging refers to methods that open new ways to see the body’s inner workings, measure biological functions, and evaluate cellular and molecular events using less invasive procedures. While X-ray imaging is a familiar example, it represents only one aspect of this fast growing field.
  • Advanced, multimodal imaging techniques, powered by new computational methods, are changing the face of biology and medicine. These new imaging modalities produce information about anatomical structure that is linked to functional data, as described by electric and magnetic fields, mechanical motion, and metabolism.


  • An Institute is developing a coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) spectroscopy/microscopy system for direct chemical imaging in biological systems. Imaging modalities in biological systems generally can be divided into two classifications: whole body  where contrast is sought in macro-scale systems (i.e., organs to organisms) and cellular where contrast at micrometer (and less) length scales are used to probe specific regions within cellular structures.
  • Automated tracking and analysis of moving objects in image sequences has been and continues to be one of the major themes in digital image analysis research. Currently the most important imaging tool for studying dynamic processes in living cells still is light microscopy. The development of new bioimaging technologies such as current distribution MRI and conductivity MRI potentially enables us to understand the dynamics of brain functions


  • The Aequorea victoria green fluorescent protein (GFP) is widely recognized as a powerful tool in cell biology, serving as a vital reporter for monitoring localization and dynamics of intracellular proteins and organelles over time. An instrument that can gather information on a Tissue engineered medical products( TEMP) using multiple imaging modalities was constructed.
  • Three dimensional (3D) molecular imaging SIMS is achieved by acquiring a series of characteristic molecular secondary ion images as a function of increasing depth during dynamic SIMS sputtering of thin molecular films using cluster primary ion bombardment. Reconstruction of the resulting image stack provides a 3D volumetric image of the molecular composition of the sample.


  • Collectively, the various imaging modalities and accessories generated $1.65 billion in 2004 and – with an average annual growth rate of 11% – revenues should reach $2.77 billion in 2009, according to the Trimark report. Excluding accessories, the growth rate is 11.6% such that revenues should approach $2.5 billion by 2009.
  •  The Market Overview delves into the trends of imaging technologies as they relate to sales and advances within the imaging arena. The United States accounted for the largest share, representing one-third of the market. Japan made up 20% of the market, while other Asian countries represented 16%. The European Union accounted for a share of 18%.

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