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Tissue relaxation characteristics at the considered anatomical regions of the rodent brain, spinal cord and mouse brain.

By Deepu R. Pillai (356531), Robin M. Heidemann (356532), Praveen Kumar (8242), Nagesh Shanbhag (356533), Titus Lanz (356534), Michael S. Dittmar (318910), Beatrice Sandner (356535), Christoph P. Beier (356536), Norbert Weidner (356537), Mark W. Greenlee (51217), Gerhard Schuierer (208167), Ulrich Bogdahn (89069) and Felix Schlachetzki (208165)


<p>T<sub>2</sub>-value, transverse relaxation time; T<sub>1</sub>-value, longitudinal relaxation time; rel-PD, relative proton density, *P<0.0001, considered extremely significant. T<sub>2</sub>*-value, susceptibility weighted transverse relaxation time, *Pā€Š=ā€Š0.0254 (Rat), 0.0185 (Mouse), considered significant.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Neuroscience, relaxation, characteristics, considered, anatomical, regions, rodent, spinal
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0016091.t003
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