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1,314 Newest Publications about the topic magnetic resonance imagingrss
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10-Mar-2010 | C. Iuliano, R. B. Piggott, L. Venturi, B. P. Hills, Applied Magnetic Resonance, 2010
It is shown that two-dimensional (2-D) T 1–T 2 relaxation spectra are sensitive to the changing microstructure in a model food system comprising water-in-water gelatin–agarose gelled emulsions. This 2-D relaxation–microstructure relationship suggests that T 1–T 2 spectra have the potential of ...
16-Nov-2009 | Irina I. Koptyug, Anna A. Lysova, Galina A. Kovalenko, Larisa V. Perminova, Igor V. Koptyug, Applied Magnetic Resonance, 2009
Heterogeneously catalyzed enzymatic glucose isomerization was considered as a model process to extend the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging techniques to the studies of biocatalytic processes and heterogeneous biocatalysts. It has been demonstrated ...
31-Oct-2008 | J. Hort, S. Redureau, T. Hollowood, L. Marciani, S. Eldeghaidy, K. Head, J. Busch, R. C. Spiller, S. Francis, P. A. ..., Chemosensory Perception, 2008
Increasingly functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) of the brain is being used to assess the cortical response to flavor perception. fMRI requires the subject to adopt a supine position; hence, if the results from such experiments are to be meaningfully extrapolated to flavor perception, it ...
03-Mar-2008 | A. S. Kim, V. K. Chandhok, E. J. Dulis, Journal of Materials Engineering, 2008
Hot extrusion, hot rolling, and die upsetting processes have been developed for fabricating Nd-Fe-B permanent magnets. Unlike the conventional sintering process, these processes result in the formation of a  texture and a preferred direction of magnetization. The primary advantage of the hot ...