Methodological considerations in rat brain BOLD contrast pharmacological MRI

@article{Steward2005MethodologicalCI,
  title={Methodological considerations in rat brain BOLD contrast pharmacological MRI},
  author={Charles A. Steward and Charles Alexander Marsden and M. J. Prior and Peter G. Morris and Yasmene B. Shah},
  journal={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2005},
  volume={180},
  pages={687-704}
}
Blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) contrast pharmacological magnetic resonance imaging (phMRI) is an increasingly popular technique that allows the non-invasive investigation of spatial and temporal changes in rat brain function in response to pharmacological stimulation in vivo. Rat brain BOLD contrast phMRI is, at present, established in few neuropharmacological laboratories, and various issues associated with the technique require attention. The present review is primarily aimed at… CONTINUE READING
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