The interaction between apparent diffusion coefficients and transverse relaxation rates of human brain metabolites and water studied by diffusion-weighted spectroscopy at 7 T (pages 495–506) Francesca Branzoli, Ece Ercan, Andrew Webb and Itamar...
1H NMR spectra of glioblastoma stem-like cells (GSCs) were analysed with respect to their metabolic features. Two lines (1 and 83) were analysed in detail. A mixed neural/astrocyte metabolic phenotype with a strong neuronal fingerprint was...
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Qualitative and quantitative ultrashort-TE MRI of cortical bone (pages 489–506) Article first published online: 28 DEC 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/nbm.2906 Selected non-slice-selective two-dimensional (2D) ultrashort-TE (UTE) imaging...
NMR in Biomedicine
About the NMR in Biomedicine Group
NMR in Biomedicine is a journal devoted to the publication of original full-length papers, rapid communications and review articles describing the development of magnetic... more »
NMR in Biomedicine is a journal devoted to the publication of original full-length papers, rapid communications and review articles describing the development of magnetic resonance spectroscopy or imaging methods or their use to investigate physiological, biochemical, biophysical or medical problems. Topics for submitted papers should be in one of the following general categories: (a) development of methods and instrumentation for MR of biological systems; (b) studies of normal or diseased organs, tissues or cells; (c) diagnosis or treatment of disease. Reports may cover work on patients or healthy human subjects, in vivo animal experiments, studies of isolated organs or cultured cells, analysis of tissue extracts, NMR theory, experimental techniques, or instrumentation. The Journal will not accept any papers that deal solely with body fluids. NMR in Biomedicine will accept for review manuscripts that focus on the use of MRI contrast agents in practical applications, but not those that are primarily concerned with the development, synthesis or ex vivo testing of contrast agents. « less
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