Resonators for In Vivo Imaging: Practical Experience
EPR imaging, Rapid scan, In vivo imaging
College of Natual Science and Mathematics, Chemistry and Biochemistry
Resonators for preclinical electron paramagnetic resonance imaging have been designed primarily for rodents and rabbits and have internal diameters between 16 and 51 mm. Lumped-circuit resonators include loop-gap, Alderman–Grant, and saddle coil topologies and surface coils. Bimodal resonators are useful for isolating the detected signal from incident power and reducing dead time in pulse experiments. Resonators for continuous wave, rapid scan, and pulse experiments are described. Experience at the University of Chicago and University of Denver in design of resonators for in vivo imaging is summarized.
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Rinard, G. A., Quine, R. W., Buchanan, L. A., Eaton, S. S., Eaton, G. R., Epel, B., . . . Halpern, H. J. (2017). Resonators for In Vivo Imaging: Practical Experience. Applied Magnetic Resonance, 48(11), 1227-1247. DOI: 10.1007/s00723-017-0947-0.