Improved detection of homonuclear coupled spins with constant-time PRESS and broadband refocusing pulses


Introduction Constant-time point-resolved spectroscopy (CT-PRESS) [1] is a single voxel technique that simplifies the spectral pattern and permits the detection of Jcoupled resonances with high signal-to-noise ratio by using effective homonuclear decoupling [2]. The technique relies on non-selective refocusing, i.e., effective homonuclear decoupling is only… (More)


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