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Concept Rats, Inbred F344
Academic Article Dynamic contrast measurements in rodent model tumors.
Academic Article In vivo imaging of extraction fraction of low molecular weight MR contrast agents and perfusion rate in rodent tumors.
Academic Article Differentiating between T1 and T2* changes caused by gadopentetate dimeglumine in the kidney by using a double-echo dynamic MR imaging sequence.
Academic Article Correlation of magnetic resonance and oxygen microelectrode measurements of carbogen-induced changes in tumor oxygenation.
Academic Article A new method for imaging perfusion and contrast extraction fraction: input functions derived from reference tissues.
Academic Article Selective depletion of tumor ATP by 2-deoxyglucose and insulin, detected by 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Academic Article Structure of the water resonance in small voxels in rat brain detected with high spectral and spatial resolution MRI.
Academic Article Effect of carbogen on tumor oxygenation: combined fluorine-19 and proton MRI measurements.
Academic Article MRI of perfluorocarbon emulsion kinetics in rodent mammary tumours.
Academic Article Inhibition of tumor high-energy phosphate metabolism by insulin combined with rhodamine 123.
Academic Article Changes in T2*-weighted images during hyperoxia differentiate tumors from normal tissue.
Academic Article Effects of hyperoxia on T2* and resonance frequency weighted magnetic resonance images of rodent tumours.
Academic Article Spectroscopic imaging of the water resonance with short repetition time to study tumor response to hyperoxia.
Academic Article Magnetic resonance imaging of rodent tumors using radiofrequency gradient echoes.
Academic Article Spectrally inhomogeneous BOLD contrast changes detected in rodent tumors with high spectral and spatial resolution MRI.

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