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Automation system based on piezoelectric motor for tuning and matching miniature monolithic NMR coils
Purpose: Miniature high temperature superconducting coils based on monolithic design such as the Multi-turn Transmission Line Resonator 1 (MTLR), exhibit very low internal noise and are particularlyExpand
Optimal field strength for Molecular MR Imaging : detection of targeted Gd-based Contrast Agents on a Living Cell Monolayer
INTRODUCTION Great advances have recently been made in Molecular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), which allows non-invasive imaging of cellular or subcellular events. In vivo Molecular MRI has toExpand
First in vivo imaging of the mouse brain at 4 . 7 T using a subcentimeter HTS surface coil
Introduction The use of a small surface coil is a way to increase the MR signal due to stronger magnetic coupling between the coil and the sample. Additionally, it filters out the RF noise from theExpand
Motion correction in MR-elastography
Introduction MR-elastography (MRE) aims at characterizing the properties of tissues by motion sensitized phase measurements. The displacement field induced by the propagation of a shear wave withinExpand
DYNAMIC UPTAKE OF A TARGETED Gd-CHELATE NANOEMULSION BY A α v β 3 EXPRESSING CELL LAYER FOLLOWED-UP WITH A MICRO-MRI SET-UP
INTRODUCTION The development of targeted contrast agents (CA) is of great interest to increase the specificity of MRI and allow early diagnosis and therapy follow-up of diseases. However, theExpand
A Microfluidic Micro-MRI Set-up to Assess the Specificity of Targeted Contrast Agents on a Living Cell Monolayer
INTRODUCTION The development of targeted contrast agents (CA) is of great interest to increase the specificity of MRI and allow early diagnosis and therapy follow-up of diseases. Proof of conceptExpand
Fluorinated gas MR imaging at ultra short echo time : Initial results on a 1 . 5 T clinical system
Purpose Magnetic resonance imaging of hyperpolarized noble gases, like xenon-129 or helium-3, have been widely used to explore animal and human airways. Despite unmatched polarizations, up to 90%,Expand
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Experimental MRI evidence of the lift-off effect in the case of a small High Temperature Superconducting coil
Context and objectives: The major noise sources usually involved in MRI experiments with surface coils, are the internal noise of the coil (RCTC) and the magnetically-coupled sample noise (RSTS) [1].Expand
1.5T micro-MRI of macrophages in obesity-associated inflammation: feasibility study
Rational and objectives Obesity-associated inflammation plays a critical role in the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Increased adipose inflammation is associated with theExpand
Magnetic Resonance MicroImaging of cell migration in porous biomaterial scaffolds designed for tissue engineering
Purpose/Introduction Tissue engineering aims to regenerate new biological tissues in order to replace diseased or injured tissues. Polymeric scaffolds for cell seeding, cell growth and proliferationExpand