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What is NIS? How do I image it?

NIS is the sodium iodide symporter. It is a membrane protein that drives uptake of iodine into cells. Mammals express NIS endogenously in certain tissues. Target cells and viruses can be engineered to express NIS. NIS concentrates several SPECT and PET radiotracers, and as such, cells or viruses expressing NIS can be imaged using nuclear imaging. For more information about NIS, when to use NIS imaging, and which radiotracers to use to image NIS, visit our Discover NIS page.

What people say about Imanis

Our group has, and continues to, use NIS as a noninvasive reporter for cell transplantation studies in mice and in pigs. Imanis has provided expert technical and analytical support for this research, and has allowed us to publish our research in high impact journals, including Science Translational Medicine..

– Dr. Raymond Hickey, Mayo Clinic

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