Molecular Tissue Imaging (MTI) is a field of techniques that capture two and three-dimensional data on ex vivo samples at a higher resolution and specificity than traditional in vivo techniques. These MTI techniques are not meant to replace in vivo imaging but will provide more detailed information with the sample after in-life phase. MTI can be a valuable bridge to microscopy and other histological techniques. MTI data provides a semi-quantitative map of compound distribution, target expression, or molecular activity within a whole animal or single organ, increasing the quality and quantity of data that each animal provides.
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To strengthen and support the applications and synergies with Molecular Tissue Imaging in the broader molecular imaging landscape by bridging modalities and researchers around the world.