fMRI Animal Studies

Room B 217-218      16:00 - 18:00                Chairs: Anne-Marie van der Linden and Alan P. Koretsky

16:00      302.    Methodological Issues and the Solutions for Activity-Induced Manganese-Dependent Contrast (AIM) MRI - not available

Ichio Aoki1, Yuko Kawai1, Yuki Mori1, Yu Shimizu1, Masahiro Umeda1, Toshihiro Higuchi1, Shoji Naruse2,

Afonso C. Silva3, Chuzo Tanaka1

1Meiji University of Oriental Medicine, Kyoto, Japan; 2Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan; 3National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

16:12      303.    Comparing Spatial Resolution of IRON and BOLD in Awake Macaques

Francisca Pais Leite1, Wim Vanduffel2, Bruce R. Rosen2, Joseph B. Mandeville2

1Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA; 2A A Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA

16:24      304.    A Novel Quantification Method for Measuring Vessel Size Selective Blood Volume and Transvascular Water Exchange Rate: Implication of Visualizing Neurovascular Unit - not available

Young Kim1, George Dai1, Alex Bogdanov2, Bruce Rosen1

1MGH/MIT/HMS Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA; 2Center for Molecular Imaging Research, Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA

16:36      305.    Functional MRI Detection of Cortical Plasticity in the Rodent Brain Following Peripheral Nerve Injury - not available

Galit Pelled1, Stephen J. Dodd1, Alan P. Koretsky1

1National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

16:48      306.    Neurophysiological Basis of Localized and Delocalized fMRI Activity Patterns - not available

Natasja J.G. Maandag1, Arien J. Smith1, Hal Blumenfeld1, Robert G. Shulman1, Fahmeed Hyder1

1Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

17:00      307.    CBV-fMRI Signal in Rat Increases Non-Linearly with Whisker Stimulus Frequency But Approximately Linearly with Amplitude - not available

Hanbing Lu1,2, Thomas Prieto2, James S. Hyde2

1National Institute on Drug Abuse, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; 2Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

17:12      308.    Dynamic Multi-Modal Recordings of Neuronal Activity, Cerebral Blood Flow, and fMRI During Rodent Spike-Wave Seizures

Hal Blumenfeld1, Manjula Khubchandani1, Ulrich Schridde1, Hrachya Nersesyan1, Douglas L. Rothman1,

Fahmeed Hyder1

1Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

17:24      309.    Temporal Dynamics of Brain Tissue pO2, Blood Flow and Blood Volume in PhMRI of Cocaine

Laura Ceolin1, Adam James Schwarz1, Alessandra Giarola, Torsten Reese1, Alessandro Gozzi1, Angelo Bifone1

1GlaxoSmithKline, Verona, Italy

17:36      310.    A Robust Non-Invasive Protocol for Longitudinal fMRI Studies in the Rat

Ralph Weber1, Pedro Ramos-Cabrer1, Dirk Wiedermann1, Mathias Hoehn1

1Max-Planck-Institute for Neurological Research, Cologne, Germany

17:48      311.    Intravascular Contribution to the BOLD fMRI Signal Change: An Echo Time Dependence Study at 9.4T  (not available)

Tao Jin1, Michelle Tasker1, Ping Wang1, Seong-gi Kim1

1University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA