Non-Proton MRI, EPR, and ESR

Hall C
Monday: 14:00 – 16:00
Tuesday – Thursday: 13:30 – 15:30

W 2089. Low Field MR Imaging of Laser-Polarized Noble Gas, G.P. Wong, C.H. Tseng, V.R. Pomeroy, R.W. Mair, D.P. Hinton, D. Hoffmann, R.E. Stoner, F.W. Hersman, D.G. Cory and R.L. Walsworth, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA; University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, USA and Massachusetts General Hospital, Charlestown, MA, USA.
M 2090. In Vivo Comparison of 3He and 129Xe for Imaging Purposes, T.M. Munger, J. Knight-Scott, T.A. Altes, J.P. Mugler III, K.D. Hagspiel and J.R. Brookeman, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA and University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.
T 2091. Flip Angle Estimation in Hyperpolarized 3Helium-MRI with Correction by Endexpiratory Oxygen Concentration Measurement, K. Markstaller, W.G. Schreiber, B. Eberle, N. Weiler, H.U. Kauczor, A. Deninger, R. Surkau and M. Thelen, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany.
W 2092. Considerations in Using the Variable-Flip-Angle Method in Laser-Polarized Magnetic Resonance Gas Imaging and Spectroscopy Experiments, J. Knight-Scott, V.M. Mai, J.P. Mugler III and J.R. Brookeman, UVA Health Sciences Center, Charlottesville, VA, USA.
M 2093. Hyperpolarized 129Xe Dog Lung Imaging Using a Multi-Shot Gradient-Echo Sequence and 1H Phase Referencing, J.R. MacFall, H.C. Charles, J. Poulsen, J. Smith, B. Driehuys and P. Cella, Duke University Medical Center and Magnetic Imaging Technologies, Inc., Durham, NC, USA.
T 2094. Rapid 3He MRI of Lung Ventilation Using EPI: Preliminary Results from an Emphysema Patient, B. Saam, D.A. Yablonskiy, D.S. Gierada, M.S. Conradi and J.D. Cooper, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA.
W 2095. Pulmonary Studies with Hyperpolarized 3He: Investigation of Spin-Lattice Relaxation and Correlation with Pulmonary Function, H.E. Möller, L.W. Hedlund, X.J. Chen, M.R. Carey, M.S. Chawla and G.A. Johnson, University of Münster, Münster, Germany and Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA.
Th 2096. Ultrafast Imaging of 3D-Distribution of Helium-3 Diffusion Coefficient in the Lung, W.G. Schreiber, K. Markstaller, H.U. Kauczor, B. Eberle, R. Surkau, G. Hanisch, A. Deninger, T. Grobmann, N. Weiler, E. Otten and M. Thelen, Johannes Gutenberg-University, Mainz, Germany.
M 2097. Dynamically Adaptive Hyperpolarized Noble Gas MRI using Multi-Resolution Line Scan Encoding, L. Zhao, A.K. Venkatesh, M.S. Albert and L.P. Panych, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Boston University, Boston, MA, USA.
T 2098. Pulmonary Studies with Hyperpolarized 3He: Methods for Delivering Mixtures of O2 and 3He for Small-Animal Imaging and Spectroscopy, L.W. Hedlund, H.E. Möller, X.J. Chen, M.S. Chawla, G.P. Cofer and G.A. Johnson, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA.
W 2099. Hyperpolarized Noble Gas Imaging using a Simple Programmable Gas Delivery System, A.K. Venkatesh, T. Pausak, C.F. Ward, F.A. Jolesz and M.S. Albert, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Boston University, Boston, MA, USA; McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada and C. W. E. Inc, Ardmore, PA, USA.
Th 2100. Intravenous Delivery of Hyperpolarized 129Xe: A Compartmental Model, C. Lavini, G.S. Payne, M.O. Leach and A. Bifone, The Royal Marsden NHS Trust, Sutton, Surrey, UK.
M 2101. Using Carrier-Agents in Live Rats to Deliver Hyperpolarized 129Xe, A.K. Venkatesh, L. Zhao, D. Balamore, F.A. Jolesz and M.S. Albert, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School and Boston University, Boston, MA, USA and Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY, USA.
T 2102. T2 of 129Xe in Rat Tissue Homogenates and Blood at 9.4 T, G.J. Wilson, G.E. Santyr, M.E. Anderson and P.M. DeLuca Jr, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA and Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
W 2103. Rubidium Absolute Polarisation Imaging at High Temperatures, S. Appelt, T. Ünlü, S. Baer-Lang, N.J. Shah, K. Zilles and H. Halling, Research Centre Jülich, Jülich, Germany.
Th 2104. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Using Oxygen as a T1 Contrast Agent, Q. Chen, D. Levin, V. Mai, R. Edelman and H. Hatabu, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA.
M 2105. Time Course of the Signal Intensity in the Lungs of Patients and Healthy Volunteers During Breathing 100% Oxygen, C.J. Müller, M. Schwaiblmair, J. Scheidler, M. Deimling, C. Vogelmeier, R. Löffler and M. Reiser, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, Germany and Siemens Medizintechnik, Erlangen, Germany.
T 2106. Dynamic 17O Imaging with Fast T1r Dispersion MRI, S.R. Charagundla, U. Duvvuri, R. Rizi, H. Poptani, A.H. Stolpen, J.S. Leigh and R. Reddy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
W 2107. Imaging Obstructed Ventilation with Inert Fluorinated Gases, D.O. Kuethe, A. Caprihan, H.M. Gach, I.J. Lowe, N. Staub and E. Fukushima, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute and New Mexico Resonance, Albuquerque, NM, USA; GE Medical Systems, Milwaukee, WI, USA; University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA and University of California, San Francisco, CA, USA.
Th 2108. Rapid Imaging of Free Radicals In Vivo using Snapshot Field-Cycled PEDRI, P. Puwanich, D.J. Lurie and M.A. Foster, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK.
M 2109. Pharmacological Modifications of the Partial Pressure of Oxygen in Murine Tumors: Evaluation Using in vivo EPR Oximetry, B. Gallez, B.F. Jordan and C. Baudelet, Catholic University of Louvain, Brussels, Belgium.
T 2110. EPR Oximetry Mapping (EPROM) of Cartilage Formed in a Hollow Fiber Bioreactor, S. Velan, P. Kuppusamy, E. Petersen, J. Zwier, K. Fishbein and R.G.S. Spencer, National Institutes of Health and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA.
W 2111. Low-Field ESR-based Techniques in the in vivo Detection and in vitro study of pH-sensitive Imidazolidine Nitroxide Spin Probes, M. Foster, I. Grigorev, D. Lurie, V. Khramtsov, S. McCallum, I. Panagiotelis, J. Hutchison, A. Koptioug and I. Nicholson, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK and Institutes of Organic and Kinetic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia.
Th 2112. A Prototype Field-Cycling Overhauser MRI Scanner, J. Overweg, C. Leussler, P. Röschmann, K. Luedeke, D. Riekmann, D. Holz, U. Katscher, P. Börnert, J.H. Ardenkjær-Larsen and J.S. Petersson, Philips Research, Hamburg, Germany and Nycomed Innovation AB, Malmö, Sweden.
M 2113. Sensitivity-Enhanced 13C EPI, N. Chhina, R. Mann, M. Heidenreich, W. Köckenberger, N. Chandrakumar, A. Peters, R. Bowtell and P. Morris, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK; Universität Ulm, Germany and Central Leather Research Institute CSIR, Tamil Nadu, India.
T 2114. Quantitative Bone Mineral Density Measurement using 3D 31P Solid State NMR Projection Imaging, D.P. Hinton, B.A. Concannon and J.L. Ackerman, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Charlestown, MA, USA.
W 2115. Application of HTS RF Coil for Sodium Imaging on a High Field System, E.X. Wu, E. Gao, E.K. Chan, Q.Y. Ma, E.S. Yang, J. Katz, R.L. DeLaPaz and P.O. Alderson, Columbia University, New York, NY, USA and University of Hong Kong, China.
Th 2116. Restoration of Metabolic Images with A Priori Anatomic Information, C.D. Constantinides, P.A. Bottomley, R.F. Lee and R.G. Weiss, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA.
M 2117. Triple Quantum Filtered Sodium Imaging of Muscle at 3.0T, U. Duvvuri, I. Hancu, F. Boada, A. Borthakur, E. Shapiro, G. Shen, J.S. Leigh and R. Reddy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
T 2118. 23Na MR Spectroscopy and Imaging of Human Bronchial Epithelial Cell Xenograft in an Athymic Mouse, N. Bansal, R. Bals, J.M. Wilson and J.D. Glickson, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

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