Magnetic resonance imaging for translational and basic life sciences

  • Ed X. Wu
  • Published 2012 in Journal of Translational Medicine


Background With advances in engineering and computing, an extraordinary body of imaging technologies and applications has developed over the last 35 years. One of the most important applications of such technologies is the study of anatomy, physiology, pathology and functions in humans and animal models of human development and diseases. Among the various… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1479-5876-10-S2-A29


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