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The MPI for Biological Cybernetics is looking for participants for some of their research experiments [more].

Most recent Publications

Zaiss M, Schuppert M, Deshmane A, Herz K, Ehses P, Füllbier L, Lindig T, Bender B, Ernemann U and Scheffler K (October-2018) Chemical exchange saturation transfer MRI contrast in the human brain at 9.4 T NeuroImage 179 144-155.
Loktyushin A, Ehses P, Schölkopf B and Scheffler K (September-2018) Autofocusing-based phase correction Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 80(3) 958-968.
Giapitzakis IA, Avdievich NI and Henning A (August-2018) Characterization of macromolecular baseline of human brain using metabolite cycled semi-LASER at 9.4T Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 80(2) 462-473.
Chang P, Nassirpour S, Eschelbach M, Scheffler K and Henning A (August-2018) Constrained optimization for position calibration of an NMR field camera Magnetic Resonance Imaging 80(1) 380-390.
Wyss PO, Bianchini C, Scheidegger M, Giapitzakis IA, Hock A, Fuchs A and Henning A (August-2018) In vivo estimation of transverse relaxation time constant (T2) of 17 human brain metabolites at 3T Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 80(2) 452-461.


3 Tesla MRI whole body system

Siemens 3T whole body system
A Siemens Magnetom Prisma research system with a magnetic field strength of 3 T and a bore diameter of 60 cm was delivered in July 2006. This scanner is mainly used for functional imaging studies performed by groups of our institute as well as external collaborators. It is capable of signal reception on 32 channels simultaneously for parallel imaging and is equipped with 40mT/m gradients with a slew rate of 200 T/m/s. In addition, the scanner has a secondary broadband amplifier for excitation of nuclei other than protons.
Last updated: Monday, 16.10.2017