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BRAIN IMAGING NEUROREPORT 0959-4965 & Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Vol 12 No 11 8 August 2001 2335
 

Summary: BRAIN IMAGING NEUROREPORT
0959-4965 & Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Vol 12 No 11 8 August 2001 2335
Enhancing fMRI contrast in awake-behaving
primates using intravascular magnetite
dextran nanopartieles
David J. Dubowitz,CA
Kyle A. Bernheim, Dar-Yeong Chen,1
William G. Bradley Jr1
and
Richard A. Andersen
Division of Biology, 216-76, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 91125; 1
Long Beach Memorial MRI Center, Long
Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach, CA 90806, USA
CA
Corresponding Author
Received 11 April 2001; accepted 25 May 2001
Functional MRI in awake-behaving primates is an emerging tool
for bridging the gap between human fMRI and neurophysiology
information from nonhuman primates. We report the use of
magnetite dextran nanoparticles (Feridex) as a blood-pool

  

Source: Andersen, Richard - Division of Biology, California Institute of Technology
California at San Diego, University of - Center for Functional MRI

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine