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EJNMMI Physics

, 1:A82

1.University of Torino, Department of Molecular Biotechnology and Health SciencesMolecular Imaging CenterTorinoItaly2.Technological Educational Institute of AthensDepartment of Biomedical EngineeringAthensGreece3.NCSR Democritos, Institute of Nuclear and Radiological Sciences and TechnologyEnergy and SafetyAghia ParaskeviGreece4.NCSR Democritos, Institute of Advanced Materials, Physicochemical processesNanotechnology and MicrosystemsAthensGreece

CrossMark Cite this article as: Patrick, B., Eirini, F., Eleni, E. et al. EJNMMI Phys 2014 1Suppl 1: A82. https:-doi.org-10.1186-2197-7364-1-S1-A82 DOI https:-doi.org-10.1186-2197-7364-1-S1-A82 Publisher Name Springer International Publishing Online ISSN 2197-7364 About this journal Personalised recommendations

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