3D high spectral and spatial resolution imaging of ex vivo mouse brain.

@article{Foxley20153DHS,
  title={3D high spectral and spatial resolution imaging of ex vivo mouse brain.},
  author={Sean Foxley and Miriam S Domowicz and Gregory S Karczmar and Nancy B. Schwartz},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={
          1463-72
        }
}
PURPOSE Widely used MRI methods show brain morphology both in vivo and ex vivo at very high resolution. Many of these methods (e.g., T2*-weighted imaging, phase-sensitive imaging, or susceptibility-weighted imaging) are sensitive to local magnetic susceptibility gradients produced by subtle variations in tissue composition. However, the spectral resolution of commonly used methods is limited to maintain reasonable run-time combined with very high spatial resolution. Here, the authors report on… CONTINUE READING
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