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Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging

The Crump Institute at the UCLA is a multidisciplinary collaborative of scientists, students, and technologists in the fields of physics, biology, chemistry, and computational sciences.

The Biomolecular Targeting Research Laboratory at the UCLA focus on understanding and using molecular recognition (protein-protein, nucleic acid-nucleic acid, and protein-nucleic acid) to distinguish tumor cells from normal cells and to develop practical applications in oncology - diagnostic or therapeutic.

The collaboration with the Crump Institute and the Biomolecular Targeting Research Laboratory at the UCLA consists principally of a joint effort to evaluate different antibodies relevant for use in radioimmunotherapeutic approaches to prostate cancer.

Page Manager: Emma Aneheim|Last update: 4/8/2011
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