Correlation of in vivo imaging to morphomolecular pathology in translational research: challenge accepted

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Abstract

Correlation of in vivo imaging to histomorphological pathology in animal models requires comparative interdisciplinary expertise of different fields of medicine. From the morphological point of view, there is an urgent need to improve histopathological evaluation in animal model-based research to expedite translation into clinical applications. While different other fields of translational science were standardized over the last years, little was done to improve the pipeline of experimental pathology to ensure reproducibility based on pathological expertise in experimental animal models with respect to defined guidelines and classifications. Additionally, longitudinal analyses of preclinical models often use a variety of imaging methods and much more attention should be drawn to enable for proper co-registration of in vivo imaging methods with the ex vivo morphological read-outs. Here we present the development of the Comparative Experimental Pathology (CEP) unit embedded in the Institute of Pathology of the Technical University of Munich during the Collaborative Research Center 824 (CRC824) funding period together with selected approaches of histomorphological techniques for correlation of in vivo imaging to morphomolecular pathology.

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Ballke, S., Heid, I., Mogler, C., Braren, R., Schwaiger, M., Weichert, W., & Steiger, K. (2021). Correlation of in vivo imaging to morphomolecular pathology in translational research: challenge accepted. EJNMMI Research, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13550-021-00826-2

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