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Phase coherent excitation of SABRE permits simultaneous hyperpolarization of multiple targets at high magnetic field

  title={Phase coherent excitation of SABRE permits simultaneous hyperpolarization of multiple targets at high magnetic field},
  author={Jacob R. Lindale and Shannon L. Eriksson and Warren S. Warren},
Hyperpolarization methods in magnetic resonance overcome sensitivity limitations, especially for low- nuclei such as C and N. Signal Amplification By Reversible Exchange (SABRE) and extended SABRE (X-SABRE) are efficient and low-cost methods for generating large polarizations on a variety of nuclei, but they most commonly use low magnetic fields (μT-mT). High field approaches, where hyperpolarization is generated directly in the spectrometer, are potentially much more convenient but have been… Expand

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