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2Tissue Compartment Model with Vascular Binding
2Tissue Compartment Model with Vascular Trapping
2Tissue Compartment Model, Bmax
2Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2
2Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2, Bmax
2Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2, Vs
2Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2, Vt
2Tissue Compartment Model, k5
2Tissue Compartment Model, Linear Least Squares Method

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3Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2, Vs
3Tissue Compartment Model, Sequential
3Tissue Compartments with Metabolites

3Tissue Compartments with Metabolites, K1/k2
3Tissue Compartments with Metabolites, K1/k2, Vs
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4Tissue Compartments with Metabolites, K1/k2
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Analysis of Parameter Sensitivity and Identifiability
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Calculation of the Model Curve
Card. NH3 (2 Compartments, K1/k2)
Card. NH3 (UCLA, 2 Parameters)
Cardiac Flow from Rubidium82 PET
Common Parameters across Regional TACs from Different Studies
Common Parameters across Regional TACs of a Single Study
Comparison of Model Curves for a Region
Comparison using two PKIN Windows
Compartment Model with 2 Eigenvalues
Compartment Model with 3 Eigenvalues

Compartment Models for Cardiac Perfusion PET
Composite Import Format for all Data (.kmData)
Configuration and Fitting of Kinetic Tissue Models

Coupled Fitting for Improving Parameter Estimates

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Data Transfer for Parametric Mapping in PKIN

Default Model Configurations and Configuration Sets

Determination of k2' for Models Assuming a Predetermined k2' Value

Disable Measurements for Removing Outliers or Shortening the Fitted Data Segment
Dispersion Calibration in PKIN
Dispersion Correction Methodology
Dispersion Correction of Automated Blood Samples

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Edit Data and Create New Curves

Edit Patient and Change Isotope

Exponential Plasma/Wholeblood Fraction
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FDG 2Tissue Compartment Model
Fitting and Residual Weighting
Fitting Blood Shape Parameters and Tissue Parameters together
Fitting Options on Extras Panel

Flumazenil Tripleinjection Model

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Gamma Function plus two Decaying Exponentials
General Curve Display Functionality
Global Configuration with Config Button
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Ichise Multilinear Analysis MA1
Ichise Multilinear Analysis MA2
Ichise's Multilinear Reference Tissue Model (MRTM)
Ichise's Multilinear Reference Tissue Model 2 (MRTM2)
Ichise's Original Multilinear Reference Tissue Model (MRTM0)

Import of Tissue TimeActivity Data
Interpolation Functions for Parent/Plasma Fraction
Interpolation Functions for Plasma/WholeBlood Fraction
Interpolation Functions for WholeBlood and Plasma Activity
Introduction to Modeling in PET
Irreversible 2Tissue Compartment Model
Irreversible 2Tissue Compartment Model, K1/k2, Flux
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Linear Interpolation of Plasma/Wholeblood Fraction
Linear Simplified Reference Tissue Model (LSRTM)
List of PKIN Compartment Models

Logan's Reference Tissue Model based on Average k2'
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MLAIR (Multiple Linear Analysis for Irreversible Radiotracers)

Model Parameter Propagation/Conversion during Model Switching

Multilinear Reference Tissue Model for [11C]MP4A (RLS)
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Parameter Comparison across Regions (PKIN Parameters Explorer)
Parameter Sensitivity to Acquisition Duration

Partial Saturation Method, Datadriven


PMOD Kinetic Modeling Tool (PKIN)

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Simplified Reference Tissue Model (SRTM)

Simplified Reference Tissue Model 2 (SRTM2)
Simulation of Bolus/Infusion Tracer Application
Starting the Kinetic Modeling Tool
Statistical Criteria for Comparing Models
Synthetic Imaging Study for PXMOD Tests
Synthetic Modeling Study for PKIN
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TimeActivity Curve Generation with Transfer to PKIN
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Visualization of Parameter Effect
Voxelwise TAC modeling in PKIN
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Watabe's Reference Tissue Model with 2 Compartments