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Magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) was applied to noninvasively image skeletal structures in the hindpaw of the live rat to characterize the progression of a heterologous type II collagen-induced arthritic process. Using a resonator, with optimized filling factor, three-dimensional (3D) gradient-echo images with voxel dimensions of 94 x 81 x 60 micron3(More)
In the present work the time course of collagen-induced arthritis and the effect of Sandimmune Neoral in this model of arthritis were followed in the rat over an extended period of time (70 days) using high resolution three-dimensional (3D) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). High resolution 3D gradient-echo (TR = 100 ms; TE = 3.8 ms) images with a voxel size(More)
  • Orkideh Ghorban Dadras, Assal Mir, +4 authors O. Ghorban Dadras
Orkideh Ghorban Dadras1, Assal Mir Mohammad Sadeghi2, Nastaran Farhangi1, Nazanin Forouhar1 ,Naser Mohammadpour3 ,Mohammad Reza Avadi*1,2 1Pharmaceutical Sciences Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran. 2Hakim Pharmaceutical Company, Tehran, Iran. 3Razi vaccine and serum research institute, Karaj, Iran. (Received 14 Mar. 2013; Final version received(More)
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