Publications of A Henning

Poster (227)

561.
Poster
Henning, A.; Erat, M.; Esteve, V.; Black, D.; Allain, F.: NMR studies of PTB- and nPTB-RNA complexes. Swiss RNA Meeting, Bern, Switzerland (2003)
562.
Poster
Henning, A.; Erat, M.; Esteve, V.; Black, D.; Allain, F.: NMR studies of PTB- and nPTB-RNA complexes. EMBO Summer School on Solution NMR Spectroscopy 2003, Heidelberg, Germany (2003)
563.
Poster
Erat, M.; Henning, A.; Esteve, V.; Black, D.; Allain, F.: NMR structure of PTB and nPTB in complex with CUCUCU–RNA. 8th Annual Meeting of the RNA Society 2003, Wien, Austria (2003)
564.
Poster
Henning, A.; Reichel, R.; Filonenko, O.; Hortenbach, H.; Falke, M.; Beddies, G.; Hinneberg, H.: Strukturuntersuchung von epitaktischen CrSi2 Schichten auf Si(001) mittels TEM. Frühjahrstagung des Arbeitskreises Festkörperphysik (AKF) der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, Augsburg, Germany (2002)
565.
Poster
Reichel, R.; Henning, A.; Filonenko , O.; Hortenbach, H.; Beddies, G.; Falke, M.; Hinneberg, H.: Leitfähigkeits- und Hall-Effektsmessungen an dünnen CrSi2 Schichten. Frühjahrstagung des Arbeitskreises Festkörperphysik (AKF) der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, Augsburg, Germany (2002)

Thesis - PhD (1)

566.
Thesis - PhD
Henning, A.: Magnetic resonance spectroscopy localization at high and ultra-high field strength. Dissertation, 153 pp., Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich, Switzerland (2008)

Preprint (3)

567.
Preprint
Ziegs, T.; Ruhm, L.; Wright, A.; Henning, A.: Mapping of Glutamate Metabolism using 1H FID-MRSI after oral Administration of [1-13C]Glc at 9.4 T. (submitted)
568.
Preprint
Ziegs, T.; Wright, A.; Henning, A.: Test-retest reproducibility of human brain multi-slice 1H FID-MRSI data at 9.4 T after optimization of lipid regularization, macromolecular model and spline baseline stiffness. (submitted)
569.
Preprint
Ruhm, L.; Ziegs, T.; Wright, A.; Mathy, C.; Murali-Manohar, S.; Dorst, J.; Avdievich, N.; Henning, A.: Dynamic observation of 2H labeled compounds in the human brain with 1H versus 2H magnetic resonance spectroscopy at 9.4T. (submitted)
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