The mean acinar volume shows a much lager increase than the total lung volume

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Talk given at the USGEB-Meeting 2011

Thin Septa and Large Samples

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Talk given at a Meeting with Novartis

Dream Team looks to circulating tumor cells as cancer indicator

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Tumor genetics must be analyzed to personalize lung cancer treatment. Could escaped cancer cells replace invasive biopsies? MD Anderson's Roy Herbst explains.

High resolution tomographic imaging of the alveolar region of the mammalian lung

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The video is an overview of my work in the last 3.75 years at the Institute of Anatomy. It was the talk I gave as my PhD-Defense. My main work was the radiation-optimized increase in the field of view of tomographic imaging stations, thus most of the time of my talk was spent on this.

Small Pixels for Large Samples

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My talk at the SLS Symposium "Tomography @ TOMCAT" on the 3. November 2009.

Molecular characterization of the bacterial flora in the lung of healthy, asthmatic and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseased (COPD) subjects

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Molecular characterization of the bacterial flora in the lung of healthy, asthmatic and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseased (COPD) subjects Markus Hilty, Imperial College, London

Kleine Pixel, grosse Samples

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Lecture on my work over the past months. http://is.gd/874S htt://is.gd.874Y http://www.psi.ch/medien http://www.scanco.ch

Lung Cancer Risks raised by Genetic Variations

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A research team led by scientists at MD Anderson Cancer Center report that 2 specific common inherited
genetic variations are associated with increased risk of lung cancer for smokers and former smokers.
Dr. Amos talks about how the findings are a major step forward in identifying those at high risk for
non-small cell lung cancer and for understanding how smoking and genetic factors interact to cause the disease.