A General Linear Relaxometry Model of R1 Using Imaging Data

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Callaghan, M.; Helms, G.; Lutti, A.; Mohammad, S.; Weiskopf, N.;
(2015)
  • Publisher: BlackWell Publishing Ltd
  • Journal: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine,volume 73,issue 3,pages1,309-1,314 (issn: 0740-3194, eissn: 1522-2594)
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  • Related identifiers: pmc: PMC4359013, doi: 10.1002/mrm.25210
  • Subject: 3T | relaxometry | MT | 3T, MT, PD, PD*, R1, R2*, T1, T2*, longitudinal relaxation, magnetization transfer, quantitative, relaxometry, transverse relaxation, water content | R2* | longitudinal relaxation | T2* | Computer Processing and Modeling—Note | transverse relaxation | PD | quantitative | PD* | water content | magnetization transfer | T1 | R1

PURPOSE: The longitudinal relaxation rate (R1 ) measured in vivo depends on the local microstructural properties of the tissue, such as macromolecular, iron, and water content. Here, we use whole brain multiparametric in vivo data and a general linear relaxometry model ... View more
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