relaxometry


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relaxometry

(rē-lăk-sŏm′ĕ-trē) [″ + ″]
In magnetic resonance imaging, the measurement of the time it takes for excited nuclei to return to their basal state.
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Recently, as an advanced non-destructive technique, low field NMR relaxometry has been widely applied to obtain basic information about water mobility and distribution status; the mechanism of NMR is to probe the mobility of water protons and exchangeable protons in meat proteins (Bertram and Andersen, 2004; Straadt et al.
Micromagnetic resonance relaxometry for rapid label-free malaria diagnosis.
That method, known as FREDOM (fluorocarbon relaxometry using echo planar imaging for dynamic oxygen mapping) MRI, requires the injection of a chemical called a reporter molecule directly into the tumor.
Study of subclinical cerebral edema in diabetic ketoacidosis by magnetic resonance imaging T2 relaxometry and apparent diffusion coefficient maps.
Magnetic resonance relaxometry reveals central Pontine abnormalities in clinically asymptomatic alcoholic men.
Food Quality Control: NMR Relaxometry and MRI for Food Quality Control: Application to Dairy Products and Processes; An Effort to Develop an Analytical Method to Detect Adulteration of Olive Oil by Hazelnut Oil; Quality Control of Vegetable Oils by [sup.
MRI relaxometry, which segments gray matter, can pick up cerebral edema from the cerebritis in specific locations (Petropoulos, Sibbitt, & Brooks, 1999).
and his associates used T2 relaxometry, a functional MRI technique, to compare 8 young adults (aged 18-22) who had been sexually abused in childhood with 16 age-and sex-matched controls with no abuse history.
The Company's focus is in the emerging field of molecular imaging and nanobiotechnology for the early detection and localization of cancer and other human diseases, and is the leader in a technology called Nanomagnetic Relaxometry ("NMR").
Flynn, who is a principal developer of the Magnetic Relaxometry technology that enables early cancer detection, has been funded by Phase II Small Business Innovative Research grants from the NIH, and has been exclusively licensed to Manhattan Scientifics.
Optional software modules enable the Icon to perform the latest MRI applications, such as relaxometry mapping, fast echo-planar imaging, ultra-short echo time lung imaging or contrast agent research.