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M2-Target aims to develop a non-invasive imaging method for the detection and quantification of M2 macrophages. This method is based on a new radiotracer (called 68Ga-ABSCINT-206) initially developed at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB). It is composed of a single-domain antibody fragment (also called "nanobodies") that recognizes a receptor (CD206)...
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