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NMR imaging studies in live animals

NMR imaging studies in live animals

Application of NMR techniques on the body composition of live animals: 107-120

The application of nuclear magnetic resonance to imaging of different types of tissues is discussed, and relationships between NMR proton relaxation times and water content of tissues are illustrated with data from rats. Manipulation of the technique can also improve the contrast in the NMR image between, for example, fat and muscle in pigs. Data are presented for fat and lean distribution from pigs and humans.

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