In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy II: Localization and by Coleen S. Bosch, Joseph J. H. Ackerman (auth.), Dr. M. Rudin

By Coleen S. Bosch, Joseph J. H. Ackerman (auth.), Dr. M. Rudin (eds.)

Localization 1. C.S. Bosch, J.J.H. Ackerman, St. Louis, MO/USA SurfaceCoil Spectroscopy 2. P. types, Oxford, united kingdom Rotating body Spectroscopyand Spectroscopic Imaging three. P.A. Bottomley, Schenectady, NY/USA DepthResolved floor Coil Spectroscopy (Dress) four. R.J. Ordidge, J.A. Helpern, Detroit, MI/USA photograph Guided quantity Selective Spectroscopy: A comparability of innovations for In-Vivo 31P NMR Spectroscopy of Human mind five. M. Decorps, D. Bourgeois, Grenoble, France Localized Spectroscopy utilizing Static Magnetic box Gradients: comparability of thoughts 6. J.A. den Hollander, P.R. Luyten, advert J.H. Marien, most sensible, The Netherlands 1H NMR Spectroscopy and Spectroscopic Imaging of the Human mind Spectral enhancing and Kinetic Measurements 7. H.P. Hetherington, Birmingham, AL/USA Homo- and Heteronuclear enhancing in Proton Spectroscopy eight. D. Freeman, R. Hurd, Fremont, CA/USA Metabolite particular tools utilizing Double Quantum Coherence move Spectroscopy nine. B.A. Berkowitz, examine Triangle Park, NC/USA Two-Dimensional Correlated Spectroscopy In-Vivo 10. G. Navon, Tel Aviv, Israel; T. Kushnir, Tel Hashomer, Israel; N. Askenasy, O. Kaplan, Tel Aviv, Israel Two-Dimensional 31P-1H Correlation Spectroscopy in Intact Organs and Their Extracts eleven. M. Rudin, A. Sauter, Basel, Switzerland size of response charges In Vivo utilizing Magnetization move concepts

Show description

Read or Download In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy II: Localization and Spectral Editing PDF

Best nonfiction_8 books

Connectionist Approaches to Language Learning

Come up immediately end result of the recursive constitution of the duty and the continual nature of the SRN's country area. Elman additionally introduces a brand new graphical strategy for learn­ ing community habit in response to valuable parts research. He indicates that sentences with a number of degrees of embedding produce kingdom area trajectories with an exciting self­ related constitution.

In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy II: Localization and Spectral Editing

Localization 1. C. S. Bosch, J. J. H. Ackerman, St. Louis, MO/USA SurfaceCoil Spectroscopy 2. P. types, Oxford, united kingdom Rotating body Spectroscopyand Spectroscopic Imaging three. P. A. Bottomley, Schenectady, NY/USA DepthResolved floor Coil Spectroscopy (Dress) four. R. J. Ordidge, J. A. Helpern, Detroit, MI/USA picture Guided quantity Selective Spectroscopy: A comparability of thoughts for In-Vivo 31P NMR Spectroscopy of Human mind five.

Targeting the Foreign Direct Investor: Strategic Motivation, Investment Size, and Developing Country Investment-Attraction Packages

Overseas Direct funding (FDI) is one road for delivering suggestions to constructing international locations of their efforts to develop. Small international locations usually have restricted assets to direct towards funding allure courses, so the power to phase the industry (of Multinational organizations trying to make investments) is an important ability.

Extra info for In-Vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy II: Localization and Spectral Editing

Example text

Ackerman 34 obtained in rat liver with a surface coil are shown in Fig. 16 [143]. These highresolution spectra were acquired using a double-coil surface-coil probe tuned to the carbon and proton resonance frequencies [83]. The coils were arranged in a coaxial, coplanar orientation with the larger-diameter coil used for decoupling and for optimizing static field homogeneity. Figure 16(a) is a lO-min acquisition of the natural-abundance 13C_{ 1 H} signal observed from a rat fed ad libitum. The natural abundance carbon spectrum is characterized by resonances arising from the methyl and methylene carbons of phospholipids and triacylglycerols in the region around 15-50 ppm, allylic carbons of unsaturated fatty acids around 130 ppm, and carbonyl carbons around 173 ppm [140].

45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 41 Ernst RR, Anderson WA (1966) Rev Sci Instrum 37:93 Becker ED, Ferretti lA, Gambhir PN (1979) Anal Chern 51: 1413 Hoult DI, Lauterbur PC (1979) 1 Magn Reson 34:425 Gadian DG, Robinson FNH (1979) 1 Magn Reson 34:449 Bottomley PA, Andrew ER (1978) Phys Med Bioi 23: 630 Hayes CE, Axel L (1985) Med Phys 12:604 Harpen MD (1987) Med Phys 14: 616 Carlson lW (1988) 1 Magn Reson 78: 563 Aue WP (1986) Rev Magn Reson Med 1:21 Pope 1M, Eberl S (1985) Magn Reson Imaging 3: 389 Pope 1M, Eberl S (1988) Magn Reson Imaging 6: 157 Morris PG (1988) Ann Reports NMR Spect 20: 1 Aue WP, Miiller S, Cross T A, Seelig 1 (1984) 1 Magn Reson 56: 350 Miiller S, Aue WP, Seelig 1 (1985) J Magn Reson 63: 530 Miiller S, Aue WP, Seelig 1 (1985) J Magn Reson 65: 332 Ordidge RJ, Connelly A, Lohman JAB (1986) J Magn Reson 66:283 Matson GB, Twieg DB, Karczmar GS, Lawry Tl, Gober JR, Valenza M, Boska MD, Weiner MW (1988) Radiology 169:541 Bottomley PA, Foster TB, Darrow RD (1984) J Magn Reson 59: 338 Bottomley PA, Edelstein W A, FosterTH, Adams WA(1985) Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 82: 2148 Maudsley AA, Hilal SK, Perman WH, Simon HE (1983) J Magn Reson 51: 147 HaselgroveJC, Subramanian VH, Leigh IS, Jr, Gyulai L, Chance B (1983) Science 220: 1170 Mareei TH, Brooker HR (1984) 1 Magn Reson 57: 157 Gordon RE, Hanley PE, Shaw D, Gadian DG, Radda GK, Styles P, Bore PJ, Chan L (1980) Nature 287: 736 Balaban RS, Gadian DG, Radda GK (1981) Kidney Int 20: 575 Hoult DI (1979) J Magn Reson 33: 183 Cox SJ, Styles P (1980) 1 Magn Reson 40: 209 Haase A, Malloy C, Radda GK (1983) J Magn Reson 55: 164 Garwood M, Schleich T, Ross BD, Matson GB, Winters WD (1985) 1 Magn Reson 65: 239 Peker J, Leigh JS, Jr, Chance B (1985) J Magn Reson 64: 115 Metz KR, Briggs RW (1985) J Magn Reson 64: 172 Shaka AJ, Freeman R (1984) J Magn Reson 59: 169 Tycko R, Pines A (1984) 1 Magn Reson 60: 156 Shaka AJ, Freeman R (1985) 1 Magn Reson 64: 145 Shaka AJ, Freeman R (1985) J Magn Reson 63: 596 Bendall MR, Pegg DT (1985) Magn Reson Med 2: 298 Bendall MR, Pegg DT (1985) Magn Reson Med 2:91 Shaka AJ, Freeman R (1985) J Magn Reson 62: 340 Bourgeois D, Decorps M, Remy C, Benabid AL (1989) Magn Reson Med II: 275 Crowley MG, Ackerman JJH (1985) J Magn Reson 65: 522 Chen W, Ackerman JJH (1990) NMR Biomed 3: 147 Chen W, Ackerman JJH (1990) NMR Biomed 3: 158 Hennig 1, Boesch CH, Gruetter R, Martin E (1987) J Magn Reson 75: 179 Geoffrion Y, Rydzy M, Butler KW, Smith ICP, Jarrell HC (1988) NMR Biomed 1: 107 MalloyCR, Lange RA, Klein DL,leffrey FM, Peshock RM, WiliersonJT, Nunnally RL(1988)J Magn Reson 80: 364 Levitt MH (1982) 1 Magn Reson 48:234 Freeman R, Kempsell SP, Levitt MH (1980) J Magn Reson 38:453 Tycko R, Cho HM, Schneider E, Pines A (1985) 1 Magn Reson 61: 90 Hetherington HP, Wishart D, Fitzpatrick SM, Cole P, Shulman RG (1986) J Magn Reson 66:313 Hetherington HP, Rothman DL (1985) 1 Magn Reson 65: 348 Bendall MR, Pegg DT (1986) 1 Magn Reson 67: 376 Bendall MR, Garwood M, Ugurbil K, Pegg DT (1987) Magn Reson Med 4:493 Baum J, Tycko R, Pines A (1985) Phys Rev 32: 3435 Shoubridge EA, Briggs RW, Radda GK (1982) FEBS Lett 140: 288 Robitaille P-M, Merkle H, Sublett E, Hendrich K, Lew B, Path G, From AHL, Bache Rl, Garwood M, Ugurbil K (1989) Magn Reson Med 10: 14 lohnson AJ, Garwood M, Ugurbil K (1989) J Magn Reson 81: 653 42 c.

Boskamp EB (1985) Radiology 157: 449 89. Doornbos J, Grimbergen HAA, Booijen PE, te Strake L, Bloem JL, Vielvoye GJ, Boskamp E (1986) Magn Reson Med 3: 270 90. nashi WS, Lester PD, Letcher JH (1989) Magn Reson Imaging 7: 591 91. Lufkin RB, Votruba J, Reicher M, Bassett L, Smith SD, Hanafee WN (1986) AM J Roentgen 146:409 92. Nakada T, Kwee IL, Miyazaki T, Iriguchi N, Maki T (1987) Magn Reson Med 5: 449 93. Hyde JS, Jesmanowicz A, Kneeland JB (1987) Magn Reson Med 5: 456 94. Sank VJ, Chen CoN, Hoult DI (1986) J Magn Reson 69: 236 95.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.10 of 5 – based on 45 votes