Dustin R Osborne
Dustin R Osborne
Associate Professor, University of Tennessee, Siemens Medical Solutions
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Synergistic effects of leucine and resveratrol on insulin sensitivity and fat metabolism in adipocytes and mice
A Bruckbauer, MB Zemel, T Thorpe, MR Akula, AC Stuckey, D Osborne, ...
Nutrition & metabolism 9 (1), 1-13, 2012
LaPO4 Nanoparticles Doped with Actinium-225 that Partially Sequester Daughter Radionuclides
J Woodward, SJ Kennel, A Stuckey, D Osborne, J Wall, AJ Rondinone, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 22 (4), 766-776, 2011
Radioembolization and the Dynamic Role of 90Y PET/CT
AS Pasciak, AC Bourgeois, JM McKinney, TT Chang, DR Osborne, ...
Frontiers in oncology 4, 38, 2014
A Routine PET/CT Protocol with Streamlined Calculations for Assessing Cardiac Amyloidosis Using 18F-Florbetapir
DR Osborne, SN Acuff, A Stuckey, JS Wall
Frontiers in cardiovascular medicine 2, 23, 2015
Development and Validation of a Complete GATE Model of the Siemens Inveon Trimodal Imaging Platform.
S Lee, J Gregor, D Osborne
Molecular imaging 12, 1-13, 2013
Reduction of patient anxiety in PET/CT imaging by improving communication between patient and technologist
SN Acuff, YC Bradley, P Barlow, DR Osborne
Journal of nuclear medicine technology 42 (3), 211-217, 2014
Quantitative and qualitative comparison of continuous bed motion and traditional step and shoot PET/CT
DR Osborne, S Acuff, S Cruise, M Syed, M Neveu, A Stuckey, Y Bradley
American Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 5 (1), 56, 2015
Comparative analysis of peptide p5 and serum amyloid P component for imaging AA amyloid in mice using dual-isotope SPECT
JS Wall, T Richey, A Williams, A Stuckey, D Osborne, E Martin, SJ Kennel
Molecular imaging and biology 14 (4), 402-407, 2012
Modeling of the point spread function by numerical calculations in single-pinhole and multipinhole SPECT reconstruction
B Feng, M Chen, B Bai, AM Smith, DW Austin, RA Mintzer, D Osborne, ...
IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science 57 (1), 173-180, 2010
Guidance for methods descriptions used in preclinical imaging papers.
D Stout, SS Berr, A Leblanc, JD Kalen, D Osborne, J Price, W Schiffer, ...
Molecular imaging 12, 1-15, 2013
Guidance for efficient small animal imaging quality control
DR Osborne, C Kuntner, S Berr, D Stout
Molecular Imaging and Biology 19 (4), 485-498, 2017
Improving the spatial alignment in PET/CT using amplitude-based respiration-gated PET and respiration-triggered CT
CS van der Vos, W Grootjans, DR Osborne, APW Meeuwis, JJ Hamill, ...
Journal of Nuclear Medicine 56 (12), 1817-1822, 2015
Dynamic PET and SPECT imaging with radioiodinated, amyloid-reactive peptide p5 in mice: a positive role for peptide dehalogenation
EB Martin, SJ Kennel, T Richey, C Wooliver, D Osborne, A Williams, ...
Peptides 60, 63-70, 2014
Characterization of X-ray dose in murine animals using microct, a new low-dose detector and nanodot dosimeters
DR Osborne, S Yan, A Stuckey, L Pryer, T Richey, JS Wall
PLoS One 7 (11), e49936, 2012
Whole-body dynamic imaging with continuous bed motion PET/CT
DR Osborne, S Acuff
Nuclear medicine communications 37 (4), 428, 2016
Quality improvement initiatives to assess and improve PET/CT injection infiltration rates at multiple centers
TZ Wong, T Benefield, S Masters, JW Kiser, J Crowley, D Osborne, ...
Journal of nuclear medicine technology 47 (4), 326-331, 2019
Clinical workflow considerations for implementation of continuous-bed-motion PET/CT
SN Acuff, D Osborne
Journal of Nuclear Medicine Technology 44 (2), 55-58, 2016
Patient-specific extravasation dosimetry using uptake probe measurements
D Osborne, JW Kiser, J Knowland, D Townsend, DR Fisher
Health Physics 120 (3), 339, 2021
90Y Liver Radioembolization Imaging Using Amplitude-Based Gated PET/CT.
DR Osborne, S Acuff, M Neveu, A Kaman, M Syed, Y Fu
Clinical nuclear medicine 42 (5), 373-374, 2017
GATE validation of standard dual energy corrections in small animal SPECT-CT
S Lee, J Gregor, SJ Kennel, DR Osborne, J Wall
PLoS One 10 (4), e0122780, 2015
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