WAI-HOI WONG

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InstitutionMD Anderson
DepartmentCancer Systems Imaging
Address1881 East Road
Houston TX 77054-3005
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    1. Patel SS, Ho C, Ptashkin RN, Sadigh S, Bagg A, Geyer JT, Xu ML, Prebet T, Mason EF, Seegmiller AC, Morgan EA, Steensma DP, Winer ES, Wong WJ, Hasserjian RP, Weinberg OK. Clinicopathologic and genetic characterization of nonacute NPM1-mutated myeloid neoplasms. Blood Adv. 2019 05 14; 3(9):1540-1545. PMID: 31085507.
      Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. Wong WJ, Baltay M, Getz A, Fuhrman K, Aster JC, Hasserjian RP, Pozdnyakova O. Gene expression profiling distinguishes prefibrotic from overtly fibrotic myeloproliferative neoplasms and identifies disease subsets with distinct inflammatory signatures. PLoS One. 2019; 14(5):e0216810. PMID: 31071164.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    Translation:HumansCTClinical Trials
    3. Wong WJ, Pozdnyakova O. Myeloproliferative neoplasms: Diagnostic workup of the cythemic patient. Int J Lab Hematol. 2019 May; 41 Suppl 1:142-150. PMID: 31069979.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
    4. Boiocchi L, Hasserjian RP, Pozdnyakova O, Wong WJ, Lennerz JK, Le LP, Dias-Santagata D, Iafrate AJ, Hobbs GS, Nardi V. Clinicopathological and molecular features of SF3B1-mutated myeloproliferative neoplasms. Hum Pathol. 2019 04; 86:1-11. PMID: 30594750.
      Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    5. Wong WJ, Ruhangaza D, Manirakiza A, Omondi J, Mugabe MC, Isabelle I, Morgan EA, Aster JC. Concomitant classic Hodgkin lymphoma and schistosomiasis. Am J Hematol. 2019 07; 94(7):840-841. PMID: 30328130.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimals
    6. Wong WJ, Hasserjian RP, Pinkus GS, Breyfogle LJ, Mullally A, Pozdnyakova O. JAK2, CALR, MPL and ASXL1 mutational status correlates with distinct histological features in Philadelphia chromosome-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms. Haematologica. 2018 02; 103(2):e63-e68. PMID: 29146710.
      Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:HumansCells
    7. Naunheim MR, Wong WJ, Carroll TL. Chalky Vocal Fold Lesions. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2017 02 01; 143(2):185-186. PMID: 27542104.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
    8. Wong WJ, Lauria A, Hornick JL, Xiao S, Fletcher JA, Marino-Enriquez A. Alternate PAX3-FOXO1 oncogenic fusion in biphenotypic sinonasal sarcoma. Genes Chromosomes Cancer. 2016 Jan; 55(1):25-9. PMID: 26355893.
      Citations: 5     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    9. Wong WJ, Richardson T, Seykora JT, Cotsarelis G, Simon MC. Hypoxia-inducible factors regulate filaggrin expression and epidermal barrier function. J Invest Dermatol. 2015 Feb; 135(2):454-461. PMID: 24999590.
      Citations: 10     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    10. Wong WJ, Qiu B, Nakazawa MS, Qing G, Simon MC. MYC degradation under low O2 tension promotes survival by evading hypoxia-induced cell death. Mol Cell Biol. 2013 Sep; 33(17):3494-504. PMID: 23816886.
      Citations: 13     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    11. Wong WH, Li H, Baghaei H, Zhang Y, Ramirez RA, Liu S, Wang C, An S. Engineering and performance (NEMA and animal) of a lower-cost higher-resolution animal PET/CT scanner using photomultiplier-quadrant-sharing detectors. J Nucl Med. 2012 Nov; 53(11):1786-93. PMID: 22997277.
      Citations: 4     Fields:    Translation:Animals
    12. Majmundar AJ, Wong WJ, Simon MC. Hypoxia-inducible factors and the response to hypoxic stress. Mol Cell. 2010 Oct 22; 40(2):294-309. PMID: 20965423.
      Citations: 627     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
    13. Wong WJ, Simon MC. The role of MXI1 in VHL deficient tumorigenesis. . 2008 Oct; 7(10):1628-9. PMID: 18836305.
      Citations:    
    14. Wong WH, Li H, Uribe J, Baghaei H, Wang Y, Yokoyama S. Feasibility of a high-speed gamma-camera design using the high-yield-pileup-event-recovery method. J Nucl Med. 2001 Apr; 42(4):624-32. PMID: 11337552.
      Citations: 6     Fields:    
    15. Inoue T, Kim EE, Wong FC, Yang DJ, Bassa P, Wong WH, Korkmaz M, Tansey W, Hicks K, Podoloff DA. Comparison of fluorine-18-fluorodeoxyglucose and carbon-11-methionine PET in detection of malignant tumors. J Nucl Med. 1996 Sep; 37(9):1472-6. PMID: 8790196.
      Citations: 10     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    16. Garcia R, Kim EE, Wong FC, Korkmaz M, Wong WH, Yang DJ, Podoloff DA. Comparison of fluorine-18-FDG PET and technetium-99m-MIBI SPECT in evaluation of musculoskeletal sarcomas. J Nucl Med. 1996 Sep; 37(9):1476-9. PMID: 8790197.
      Citations: 9     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    17. Tewson TJ, Yang D, Wong G, Macy D, DeJesus OJ, Nickles RJ, Perlman SB, Taylor M, Frank P. The synthesis of fluorine-18 lomefloxacin and its preliminary use in human studies. Nucl Med Biol. 1996 Aug; 23(6):767-72. PMID: 8940719.
      Citations: 6     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimals
    18. Bassa P, Kim EE, Inoue T, Wong FC, Korkmaz M, Yang DJ, Wong WH, Hicks KW, Buzdar AU, Podoloff DA. Evaluation of preoperative chemotherapy using PET with fluorine-18-fluorodeoxyglucose in breast cancer. J Nucl Med. 1996 Jun; 37(6):931-8. PMID: 8683314.
      Citations: 25     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    19. Inoue T, Kim EE, Komaki R, Wong FC, Bassa P, Wong WH, Yang DJ, Endo K, Podoloff DA. Detecting recurrent or residual lung cancer with FDG-PET. J Nucl Med. 1995 May; 36(5):788-93. PMID: 7738649.
      Citations: 19     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    20. Wong WH, Hicks K. A clinically practical method to acquire parametric images of unidirectional metabolic rates and blood spaces. J Nucl Med. 1994 Jul; 35(7):1206-12. PMID: 8014684.
      Citations: 7     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    21. Nieweg OE, Wong WH, Singletary SE, Hortobagyi GN, Kim EE. Positron emission tomography of glucose metabolism in breast cancer. Potential for tumor detection, staging, and evaluation of chemotherapy. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1993 Nov 30; 698:423-8. PMID: 8279782.
      Citations: 2     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    22. Nieweg OE, Kim EE, Wong WH, Broussard WF, Singletary SE, Hortobagyi GN, Tilbury RS. Positron emission tomography with fluorine-18-deoxyglucose in the detection and staging of breast cancer. Cancer. 1993 Jun 15; 71(12):3920-5. PMID: 8389655.
      Citations: 17     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    23. Bice AN, Miyaoka RS. Standardized tests of PET performance. J Nucl Med. 1992 Jul; 33(7):1429-31. PMID: 1613593.
      Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
    24. Karp JS, Daube-Witherspoon ME, Hoffman EJ, Lewellen TK, Links JM, Wong WH, Hichwa RD, Casey ME, Colsher JG, Hitchens RE, et al. Performance standards in positron emission tomography. J Nucl Med. 1991 Dec; 32(12):2342-50. PMID: 1744726.
      Citations: 12     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    25. Lockwood AH, Yap EW, Wong WH. Cerebral ammonia metabolism in patients with severe liver disease and minimal hepatic encephalopathy. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 1991 Mar; 11(2):337-41. PMID: 1997506.
      Citations: 85     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    26. Lockwood AH, Yap EW, Rhoades HM, Wong WH. Altered cerebral blood flow and glucose metabolism in patients with liver disease and minimal encephalopathy. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab. 1991 Mar; 11(2):331-6. PMID: 1997505.
      Citations: 41     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    27. Nguyêñ VT, Mossberg KA, Tewson TJ, Wong WH, Rowe RW, Coleman GM, Taegtmeyer H. Temporal analysis of myocardial glucose metabolism by 2-[18F]fluoro-2-deoxy-D-glucose. Am J Physiol. 1990 Oct; 259(4 Pt 2):H1022-31. PMID: 2221110.
      Citations: 13     Fields:    Translation:AnimalsCells
    28. Mullani NA, Gould KL, Hartz RK, Hitchens RE, Wong WH, Bristow D, Adler S, Philippe EA, Bendriem B, Sanders M, et al. Design and performance of POSICAM 6.5 BGO positron camera. J Nucl Med. 1990 May; 31(5):610-6. PMID: 2341897.
      Citations: 4     Fields:    
    29. Wong WH. PET camera performance design evaluation for BGO and BaF2 scintillators (non-time-of-flight). J Nucl Med. 1988 Mar; 29(3):338-47. PMID: 3258027.
      Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    30. Goldstein RA, Mullani NA, Wong WH, Hartz RK, Hicks CH, Fuentes F, Smalling RW, Gould KL. Positron imaging of myocardial infarction with rubidium-82. J Nucl Med. 1986 Dec; 27(12):1824-9. PMID: 3491189.
      Citations: 10     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    31. Gould KL, Goldstein RA, Mullani NA, Kirkeeide RL, Wong WH, Tewson TJ, Berridge MS, Bolomey LA, Hartz RK, Smalling RW, et al. Noninvasive assessment of coronary stenoses by myocardial perfusion imaging during pharmacologic coronary vasodilation. VIII. Clinical feasibility of positron cardiac imaging without a cyclotron using generator-produced rubidium-82. J Am Coll Cardiol. 1986 Apr; 7(4):775-89. PMID: 3485669.
      Citations: 44     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    32. Wong WH, Mullani NA, Philippe EA, Hartz R, Gould KL. Image improvement and design optimization of the time-of-flight PET. J Nucl Med. 1983 Jan; 24(1):52-60. PMID: 6600276.
      Citations: 12     Fields:    
    33. Wagner LK, Cohen G, Wong WH, Amtey SR. Resolution in radiographic magnification. Med Phys. 1981 May-Jun; 8(3):382-4. PMID: 7322061.
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    34. Wagner LK, Cohen G, Wong WH, Amtey SR. Dose efficiency and the effects of resolution and noise on detail perceptibility in radiographic magnification. Med Phys. 1981 Jan-Feb; 8(1):24-32. PMID: 7207424.
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    35. Comparison of the SSRB, MSRB, and FORE methods with the 3DRP algorithm using data from a high resolution PET scanner.
    36. A Programmable High-resolution Ultra Fast Delay Generator. 1153-1157.
    37. DYNAMIC ENERGY-WINDOW DATA COLLECTION FOR POSITRON EMISSION TOMGORAPHY CAMERA. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-34:364-368.
    38. A comparison of breast lesion imaging capability of a whole-body PET camera and a brain/breast PET camera. 4587-4591.
    39. The engineering design and construction of an ultra-high resolution high-sensitivity preclinical PET/CT MuPET. 2602-2606.
    40. A pentagon Photomultiplier-Quadrant-Sharing BGO detector for a rodent research PET. 1800-1804.
    41. A gain-programmable transit-time-stable and temperature-stable PMT voltage divider. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 51:2558-2562.
    42. Septa design study for volumetric imaging in positron emission tomography. 1251-1254.
    43. System design and development of a lower-cost animal PET-CT (MuPET) with large axial solid PET ring of 1.25-mm LYSO detectors. 2831-2835.
    44. A dual-layer TOF-DOI detector block for whole-body PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 59:1805-1808.
    45. Principles of positron emission tomography imaging. 3-27.
    46. PET resolution and image quality optimization study for different detector block geometries and DOI designs. 2885-2888.
    47. An elongated position sensitive block detector design using the pmt quadrantsharing configuration and asymmetric light partition. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 46:542-545.
    48. Signal characteristics of individual crystals in high resolution BGO detector designs using PMT-quadrant sharing. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50 III:355-361.
    49. Ultra-high resolution LYSO PQS-SSS heptahedron blocks for low-cost MuPET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 58:626-633.
    50. An evaluation of the effect of partial-septa on detection of small lesions in brain phantom study using MDAPET camera. 3121-3125.
    51. Signal Characteristics of Individual Crystals in a High Resolution BGO Detector Design Using PMT-Quadrant Sharing. 926-930.
    52. Brain Lesion Detectability Studies with a High Resolution PET Operating in No-Septa and Partial-Septa Configurations. 1736-1740.
    53. Evaluation of a self-normalization method for two PET cameras using prompt, delay or total emission data.
    54. A new statistics-based online baseline restorer (SOBLR) for a high count-rate fully digital system. 249-253.
    55. Evaluation of the 3D IMF-OSEM algorithm by using data from a high resolution PET scanner. 1791-1795.
    56. A new pileup-prevention front-end electronic design for high resolution PET and gamma camera. 1969-1973.
    57. Designing a stratified detection system for PET cameras. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 33:591-596.
    58. A GATE Monte Carlo simulation of the performance of a high-sensitivity and high-resolution LSO based small animal PET camera. 2476-2479.
    59. The system design, engineering architecture, and preliminary results of a lower-cost high-sensitivity high-resolution positron emission mammography camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 57:104-110.
    60. A HOTLink/networked PC data acquisition and image reconstruction system for a high-resolution whole-body PET with respiratory or ECG-gated performance. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50 III:393-397.
    61. A Programmable High-Resolution Ultra-Fast Delay Generator. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50:1487-1490.
    62. The design of a high resolution transformable wholebody PET camera. 1213-1217.
    63. A gain-programmable transit-time-stable and temperature-stable PMT voltage divider. 3101-3104.
    64. A dual-layer TOF-DOI detector block for whole-body PET. 3008-3011.
    65. A comparison of four image reconstruction algorithms for detection of small lesions in brain phantom. 2584-2588.
    66. Electronics design for a low-cost high-sensitivity rodent-research PET (RRPET). 2267-2271.
    67. High-resolution L(Y)SO detectors using PMT-quadrant-sharing for human and animal PET cameras. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 55:862-869.
    68. Ultrahigh-resolution L(Y)SO detectors using PMT-quadrant-sharing for human & animal PET cameras. 1865-1869.
    69. SLANTING LIGHT-GUIDE ANALOG DECODING HIGH RESOLUTION DETECTOR FOR POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY CAMERA. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-34:280-284.
    70. A study of transit time variation in the PMT with a gain programmable voltage divider for a TOF PET. 2155-2157.
    71. REAL-TIME IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION FOR TIME-OF-FLIGHT POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY (TOFPET). IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-29:524-528.
    72. Basic imaging performance characteristics of a variable field of view pet camera using quadrant sharing detector design. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 46:491-497.
    73. Design and development of a gapless ring with modular PMT-quadrant-sharing detector (PQS) for a time-of-flight PET camera.
    74. CHARACTERISTICS OF SMALL BARIUM FLUORIDE (BaF//2) SCINTILLATOR FOR HIGH INTRINSIC RESOLUTION TIME-OF-FLIGHT POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-31:381-386.
    75. A Modular Low Dead-time Coincidence System for High Resolution PET Cameras. 960-964.
    76. Front end electronics for a variable field PET camera using the PMT-quadrant-sharing detector array design. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 44:1291-1296.
    77. Inexpensive position sensitive detector block for dedicated PET cameras using 40-mm diameter PMT in quadrant sharing configuration. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50 III:367-372.
    78. Monte carlo simulation study on the time resolution of a PMT-quadrant-sharing LSO detector block for time-of-flight PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 56:2614-2620.
    79. CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SCATTERED RADIATION FRACTION IN PET OR SPECT CAMERAS WITH A NOVEL PHANTOM DESIGN. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-32:831-834.
    80. Septa design study for volumetric imaging in positron emission tomography. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 49 I:2097-2102.
    81. Front end electronic design with sliding ADC channels and X-Y decoder for a position sensitive scintillator block array. 1031-1035.
    82. Production of isotopes. 29-39.
    83. Comparison of a GATE Monte Carlo simulation predictions to the performance of a high-resolution LYSO based dedicated animal PET camera. 2388-2392.
    84. An iterative energy-centroid method for recalibration of PMT gain in PET or gamma camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 49 I:2047-2050.
    85. A comparison of five whole-body PET scanners by scanning Hoffman brain phantom. 1973-1976.
    86. 2-dimensional detector decoding study on BGO arrays with quadrant sharing photomultipliers. 1088-1091.
    87. A lower-cost high-resolution LYSO detector development for positron emission mammography (PEM). IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 56:2621-2627.
    88. A first study on the timing performance of PMT-quadrant-sharing LYSO detector array for time-of-flight PET. 3593-3596.
    89. Scintillation detector signal processing technique with active pileup prevention for extending scintillation count rates. 145-149.
    90. A novel depth-of-interaction block detector for positron emission tomography using a dichotomous orthogonal symmetry decoding concept. Physics in Medicine and Biology. 61:1608-1633.
    91. A HOTLink/Networked PC Data Acquisition and Image Reconstruction System for a High Resolution Whole-Body PET with Respiratory or ECG-Gated Performance. 1135-1139.
    92. Gantry design with accurate crystal positioning for a high-resolution transformable PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 52:119-124.
    93. High resolution GSO block detectors using PMT-quadrant-sharing design for small animal PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 53:40-43.
    94. From PET to PET/CT. 41-57.
    95. Real time digital implementation of the High-Yield-Pileup-Event-Recover (HYPER) method. 4230-4232.
    96. Design of a variable field prototype PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 43:1915-1920.
    97. The engineering and initial results of a transformable low-cost high-resolution PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 54:1583-1588.
    98. Comparison of two light reflector patterns designed for PMT-Quadrant-Sharing (PQS) Time-of-Flight PET detectors. 3130-3132.
    99. An evaluation of the effect of filtering in 3-D OSEM reconstruction by using data from a high-resolution PET scanner. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 49 I:2381-2386.
    100. A low-cost coincidence system with capability of multiples coincidence for high count-rate TOF or non-TOF PET cameras using hybrid method combining AND-logic and time-mark technology. 3633-3638.
    101. EFFECTS OF INTRINSIC GEOMETRIC RESOLUTION AND TIME-OF-FLIGHT RESOLUTION ON IMAGE QUALITY. 109-112.
    102. A scintillation detector signal processing technique with active pileup prevention for extending scintillation count rates. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 45:838-842.
    103. Compensation of missing projection data for MDAPET camera.
    104. Lower-cost depth-of-interaction PET detector designs using dichotomous-3D decoding.
    105. Front-end Electronics Based on High-yield-pileup-event-recovery Method for a High Resolution PET Camera with PMT-quadrant-sharing Detector Modules. 699-703.
    106. Electronics for a prototype variable field of view PET camera using the PMT-quadrant-sharing detector array. 1227-1231.
    107. Low-cost high-resolution 3rd generation PMT-quadrant-sharing BGO block detectors for human and animal PET. 1900-1903.
    108. Timing alignment study of PMT-Quadrant-Sharing (PQS) detectors for time-of-flight PET. 2758-2760.
    109. Effect of photomultiplier gain-drift and radiation exposure on 2D-map decoding of detector arrays used in positron emission tomography. 1960-1964.
    110. A Study of Coincidence Line Spread Function (CLSF) Estimation for Small Scintillators Using Quadrant Sharing Technique. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50:1331-1338.
    111. 2-dimensional detector decoding study on BGO arrays with quadrant sharing photomultipliers. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 41:1453-1457.
    112. An instantaneous photomultiplier tube gain-tuning method for PET or gamma camera detectors using an LED network. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 52:1295-1299.
    113. High resolution GSO block detectors using PMT-Quadrant- Sharing design for small animal PET. 3385-3388.
    114. Basic imaging performance characteristics of a variable field of view PET camera using quadrant sharing detector design. 1109-1115.
    115. Elongated position sensitive block detector design using the PMT quadrant sharing configuration and asymmetric light partition. 1204-1207.
    116. A high count rate position decoding and energy measuring method for nuclear cameras using anger logic detectors. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 45:1122-1127.
    117. A new statistics-based online baseline restorer for a high count-rate fully digital system. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 57:550-555.
    118. A simulation study on optically decoding reflecting windows for PMT quadrant sharing a scintillation detector block. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 53:2557-2562.
    119. Evaluation of the effect of filter apodization for volume PET imaging using the 3-D RP algorithm. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50 I:3-8.
    120. Front end electronics for a variable field PET camera using the PMT-quadrant-sharing detector array design. 1320-1324.
    121. DESIGN OF TOFPET. 31-36.
    122. Evaluation of filter function for volume PET imaging using the 3DRP algorithm. 1796-1800.
    123. New PMT-Quadrant-Sharing shallow block detector development for high performance TOF PET applications. 3794-3796.
    124. An evaluation of missing data compensation methods for a PET camera by comparing to no-gap Data. 5273-5276.
    125. An iterative energy-centroid method for recalibration of PMT gain in PET or gamma camera. 1965-1968.
    126. INTEGRATION OF A DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING SYSTEM INTO A HOSPITAL SPECIAL PROCEDURE SUITE. 218-221.
    127. Timing performance evaluation of PMT-quadrant-sharing LYSO detectors for time-of-flight PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 58:2155-2160.
    128. An Efficient Detector Production Method for Position-Sensitive Scintillation Detector Arrays with 98% Detector Packing Fraction. 1144-1148.
    129. A pentagon photomultiplier-quadrant-sharing BGO detector for a rodent research PET (RRPET). IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 52:210-216.
    130. Effect of the rotational orientation of circular photomultipliers in a PET camera block detector design. 1181-1185.
    131. 18F-lomefloxacin. Journal of Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals. 35:559-561.
    132. SYSTEM DESIGN OF FAST PET SCANNERS UTILIZING TIME-OF-FLIGHT. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-28:104-108.
    133. A fast and accurate timing alignment method with TDC linearity calibration for a high-resolution TOF-PET.
    134. An improved quadrant-sharing BGO detector for a low cost rodent-research PET (RRPET). 3407-3411.
    135. A High-Resolution Time-of-Flight Clinical PET Detection System Using a Gapless PMT-Quadrant-Sharing Method. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.
    136. The engineering and initial results of a transformable low-cost ultra-high resolution PET camera. 2360-2364.
    137. A simple respiration gating technique and its application in high-resolution PET camera. 2188-2191.
    138. Design study of a lower-cost ultrahigh-resolution high-sensitivity PET for neuroimaging. 2646-2650.
    139. DESIGNING A STRATIFIED DETECTION SYSTEM FOR PET CAMERAS. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-33.
    140. A low dead time full digital Pulse-Shape-Discriminator (PSD) for DOI PET. 3314-3317.
    141. Monte carlo simulation study on the time resolution of a PMT-quadrant-sharing LSO detector block for time-of-flight PET. 4622-4628.
    142. Analog decoding BGO block detector using circular photomultipliers. 1347-1351.
    143. A simple respiration gating technique and its application in high-resolution PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 52:125-129.
    144. Performance characteristics of four new high resolution L(Y)so detector blocks for human pet. 3305-3308.
    145. An Efficient Detector Production Method for Position-Sensitive Scintillation Detector Arrays with 98% Detector Packing Fraction. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50:1469-1476.
    146. Validation of GATE optical transportation with experimental single scintillator dual-end readout data.
    147. A high speed position-decoding electronics for BGO block detectors in PET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 47:1006-1010.
    148. Breast cancer imaging studies with a variable field of view PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 47:1080-1084.
    149. The design of a high-resolution transformable wholebody PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 49 I:2079-2084.
    150. Feasibility study of the quantitative corrections for the brain input function imaging from the carotid artery images by an ultra-high resolution dedicated brain PET. 2954-2956.
    151. An instantaneous photomultiplier gain calibration method for PET or gamma camera detectors using an LED network. 2447-2451.
    152. Analog decoding BGO block detector using circular photomultipliers. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 42:1095-1101.
    153. Effect of the rotational orientation of circular photomultipliers in a PET camera block detector design. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 44:1266-1270.
    154. GATE Monte Carlo simulation of a high-sensitivity and high-resolution LSO-based small animal PET camera. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 54:1568-1573.
    155. DYNAMIC IMAGING WITH HIGH RESOLUTION TIME-OF-FLIGHT PET CAMERA - TOFPET I. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-31:609-613.
    156. Improvement of dead time and decoding resolution for position-sensitive detectors using a fully dynamic approach of light collection. 3133-3136.
    157. 2865-2869.
    158. A Modular Low Dead-Time Coincidence System for High-Resolution PET Cameras. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50:1386-1391.
    159. PRELIMINARY RESULTS WITH TOFPET. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. NS-30:739-743.
    160. A comparison of four-image reconstruction algorithms for 3-D PET imaging of MDAPET camera using phantom data. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 51:2563-2569.
    161. A study of coincidence line spread function (CLSF) estimation for small scintillators using quadrant sharing technique. 1941-1946.
    162. Brain Lesion Detectability Studies with a High Resolution PET Operating in No-Septa and Partial-Septa Configurations. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 50:1364-1369.
    163. Electronics for a prototype variable field of view pet camera using the pmt-quadrant-sharing detector array. IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science. 46:546-550.
    164. High-definition positron emission tomography using restored sinograms. 4373-4377.
    165. Performance characteristics of a High resolution oncologic transformable PET in brain/breast and whole-body modes. 3684-3687.
    166. The systematic errors in the random coincidence estimation using a delayed window. 3897-3899.
    167. A lower-cost high-resolution LYSO detector development for positron emission mammography (PEM). 4614-4617.
    168. A Hoffman brain phantom lesion study with the transformable HOTPET camera. 2674-2678.
    169. Clinical PET and PET/CT.
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