R Mark Henkelman

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We developed a live high-field multiple-mouse magnetic resonance imaging method to increase the throughput of imaging studies involving large numbers of mice. Phantom experiments were performed in 7 shielded radiofrequency (RF) coils for concurrent imaging on a 7 Tesla MRI scanner outfitted with multiple transmit and receive channels to confirm uniform(More)
High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging is emerging as a powerful tool for phenotyping mice in biologic studies of genetic expression, development, and disease progression. In several applications, notably random mutagenesis trials, large cohorts of mice must be examined for abnormalities that may occur in any part of the body. In the aim of establishing(More)
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