XeNA: an automated 'open-source' (129)Xe hyperpolarizer for clinical use.

@article{Nikolaou2014XeNAAA,
  title={XeNA: an automated 'open-source' (129)Xe hyperpolarizer for clinical use.},
  author={Panayiotis Nikolaou and Aaron M. Coffey and Laura L. Walkup and Brogan M. Gust and Nicholas H. Whiting and Hayley Newton and Iga Muradyan and Mikayel Dabaghyan and Kaili Ranta and Gregory D Moroz and Matthew S. Rosen and Samuel Patz and Michael J Barlow and Eduard Y Chekmenev and Boyd M Goodson},
  journal={Magnetic resonance imaging},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 5},
  pages={
          541-50
        }
}
Here we provide a full report on the construction, components, and capabilities of our consortium's "open-source" large-scale (~1L/h) (129)Xe hyperpolarizer for clinical, pre-clinical, and materials NMR/MRI (Nikolaou et al., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 110, 14150 (2013)). The 'hyperpolarizer' is automated and built mostly of off-the-shelf components; moreover, it is designed to be cost-effective and installed in both research laboratories and clinical settings with materials costing less than… CONTINUE READING

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