Neuronal current detection with low-field magnetic resonance: simulations and methods.

@article{Cassar2009NeuronalCD,
  title={Neuronal current detection with low-field magnetic resonance: simulations and methods.},
  author={Antonino Mario Cassar{\`a} and Bruno Maraviglia and Stefan Hartwig and Lutz Trahms and Martin Burghoff},
  journal={Magnetic resonance imaging},
  year={2009},
  volume={27 8},
  pages={1131-9}
}
The noninvasive detection of neuronal currents in active brain networks [or direct neuronal imaging (DNI)] by means of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) remains a scientific challenge. Many different attempts using NMR scanners with magnetic fields >1 T (high-field NMR) have been made in the past years to detect phase shifts or magnitude changes in the NMR signals. However, the many physiological (i.e., the contemporarily BOLD effect, the weakness of the neuronal-induced magnetic field, etc… CONTINUE READING

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