FDA, Beckman Coulter, Dharmacon, Cancer Research UK | GenomeWeb

Imaging Technologies Top Agenda for Critical Path Effort at FDA

The US Food and Drug Administration believes certain imaging technologies can help drug makers track the behavior of fluorescent probes and monitor drug response rates in clinical trials, according to a senior FDA official.

The FDA's interest in this area could speed the pace at which fluorescence imaging, automated microscopy, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging are applied to drug discovery and development.

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