Application of mixed spin iMQCs for temperature and chemical-selective imaging
The development of accurate and non-invasive temperature imaging techniques has a wide variety of applications in fields such as medicine, chemistry and materials science. Accurate detection of temperature both in phantoms and in vivo can be obtained using iMQCs (intermolecular multiple quantum coherences), as demonstrated in a recent paper . This paper describes the underlying theory of iMQC temperature detection, as well as extensions of that work allowing not only for imaging of absolute temperature but also for imaging of analyte concentrations through chemically-selective spin density imaging. © 2010 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Chemical-selective imaging, CRAZED, High-resolution, Hyperthermia, Inhomogeneous fields, Intermolecular multiple quantum coherence, Spectroscopy, Temperature imaging, Thermometry, Water
Journal of Magnetic Resonance
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Jenista, Elizabeth R.; Galiana, Gigi; Branca, Rosa T.; Yarmolenko, Pavel S.; Stokes, Ashley M.; Dewhirst, Mark W.; and Warren, Warren S., "Application of mixed spin iMQCs for temperature and chemical-selective imaging" (2010). Translational Neuroscience. 1176.