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Magnetic resonance microscopy

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Paul Lauterbur was clearly aware of the potential for magnetic resonance microscopy as he closed his seminal paper with the statement, “Zeugmatographic (imaging) techniques should find many useful applications in studies of the internal structures, states and composition of microscopic objects” [1]. Over the last thirty years, this observation has been reduced to practice through a series of technical innovations. Isotropic spatial resolution @ 20 microns, i.e. voxels with volumes < 10 nl is now routine. This talk will review some of the technical challenges of achieving this spatial resolution, the solutions, and applications of magnetic resonance microscopy.

1. Lauterbur, P.C., Image formation by induced local interactions – examples employing nuclear magnetic resonance. Nature, 1973. 242: p. 190-1.

This talk is part of the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute Imaging Seminars series.

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