Results: First in-man studies

Performing a multicentre study in humans, the GLINT consortium evaluated the glucoCEST technique in terms of repeatability and reproducibility. In this study, the partners demonstrated that the method was robust enough to detect the small signal changes expected in vivo at clinical field strengths and were able to show that it is possible to detect a positive glucoCEST signal in glioma patients, while detection of such a signal in solid tumours remains elusive at this stage.

Read up on the GLINT results from the clinical experiements:

Posted on Monday 16 December 2019