Three-dimensional inversion recovery manganese-enhanced MRI of mouse brain using super-resolution reconstruction to visualize nuclei involved in higher brain function.

@article{Poole2014ThreedimensionalIR,
  title={Three-dimensional inversion recovery manganese-enhanced MRI of mouse brain using super-resolution reconstruction to visualize nuclei involved in higher brain function.},
  author={Dana S. Poole and Esben Plenge and Dirk H. J. Poot and E A J F Egbert A J F Lakke and Wiro J. Niessen and Erik H. W. Meijering and Louise van der Weerd},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={749-59}
}
The visualization of activity in mouse brain using inversion recovery spin echo (IR-SE) manganese-enhanced MRI (MEMRI) provides unique contrast, but suffers from poor resolution in the slice-encoding direction. Super-resolution reconstruction (SRR) is a resolution-enhancing post-processing technique in which multiple low-resolution slice stacks are combined into a single volume of high isotropic resolution using computational methods. In this study, we investigated, first, whether SRR can… CONTINUE READING
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