MR Spectroscopy of Brain: Animal Models

Room C106
10:30 – 12:30

Chairs: Jerry D. Glickson and Claudia Franke

10:30   172.  A Study of Brain Glycogen Recovery After Insulin-Induced Hypoglycemia in Rat Brain in vivo, I-Y. Choi, E.R. Seaquist and R. Gruetter, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.
10:42   173.  Distinction Between Cerebral Cryptococcomas, Staphyloccocus aureus Infections and Tumours in an Animal Model, T. Dzendrowskyj, U. Himmelreich, R. Malik, S. Dowd, C. Mountford and T. Sorrell, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
10:54   174.  Brains of Creatine Kinase Deficient Mice Lack Phosphocreatine and Exhibit an Increased NAA Level, H.J.A. in't Zandt, C. Jost, F. Oerlemans, D.W.J. Klomp, B. Wieringa and A. Heerschap, University Hospital Nijmegen and Nijmegen University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
11:06   175.  The Rate of Forward Creatine Kinase Reaction Correlates with Adenosine Triphosphate Depletion During Delayed Cerebral Energy Failure, M. Wylezinska, E.B. Cady, R. Ordidge, K. Brooks, Y. Sakata, J.S. Thornton, M. Clemence, Q. Nguyen, F. O'Brien, M. Noone, M. Sellwood and J.S. Wyatt, University College London Hospitals and University College London and University College London School of Medicine, London, UK.
11:18   176.  Stroke Outcome Following MCA Occlusion Can Be Predicted by, in vivo, 1-(2-trifluoromethylphenyl) imidazole (TRIM) Concentrations, as Measured by 19F MRS, K.K. Haga, B. Sweatman, I. Ismail and S.C.R. Williams, Kings College, London, UK and Glaxo Wellcome, Ware, UK.
11:30   177.  2-Iminobiotin Improves Cerebral Energy Status and Electrical Brain Activity Following Hypoxia-Ischemia in Newborn Piglets, C. Peeters, W. Veldhuis, I. Borst, K. Braun, R. de Graaf, K. Nicolay and F. Groenendaal, Wilhelmina Children's Hospital and Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
11:42   178.  Divalent Extracellular Cations Modulate the Diffusion of Water and NAA in Rat Cortical Brain Slices during Hypoxic Energy Failure, J.M. Hakumäki, T-RM. Pirttilä and R.A. Kauppinen, University of Kuopio, Kuopio, Finland.
11:54   179.  Metabolic Abnormalities in Transgenic Huntington's Disease Mice: Effect of CAG Repeat Length, B.G. Jenkins, O.A. Andreassen, E. Kuestermann, R.J. Ferrante and M.F. Beal, Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA, USA.
12:06   180.  Absolute Quantitative Localized ¹H MR Spectroscopy and MRI on the In Vivo Mouse Brain: Effect of Genetic Background, H.J.A. in't Zandt, D.W.J. Klomp, F. Oerlemans, C.E.E.M. van der Zee, B. Wieringa and A. Heerschap, University Hospital Nijmegen and Nijmegen University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
12:18   181.  Cerebral Interstitial Oxygen Tension and Blood Flow Response to Hypoxia in Intact Rat Brain, T.Q. Duong, J.D. Lipscomb, S.U. Oh, C. Iadecola and S-G. Kim, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.

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