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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 6, Number 2, September 1998

Basic pulse sequences for fast cardiac MR imaging
pp. 84-87(4)
Authors: Jakob, P.M.; Haase, A.

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Cardiac anatomy, mass and function-great vessels
pp. 88-90(3)
Author: Kenn, W.

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Myocardial tagging for the analysis left ventricular function
pp. 91-93(3)
Authors: Nagel, E.; Stuber, M.; Fleck, E.; Boesiger, P.; Hess, O.M.

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MR-perfusion measurements: Basic methodology and current status
pp. 98-99(2)
Authors: Hiller K.-H.; Bock, M.; Wacker, C.M.; Schad, L.R.; Waller, C.; Haase, A.; van Kaick, G.; Ertl, G.; Bauer, W.R.

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13C-MR spectroscopy-how and why?
pp. 103-104(2)
Author: decking, U.K.M.

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Cation MR Spectroscopy (7Li, 23Na, 39K and 87Rb)
pp. 105-106(2)
Authors: Clarke, K.; Cross, H.R.; Keon, C.A.; Radda, G.K.; Ingwall, J.S.

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Cardiac 1H-MR spectroscopy
pp. 107-108(2)
Author: von Kienlin, M.

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MR spectroscopy of transgenic mice
pp. 109-110(2)
Authors: Spindler, M.; Saupe, K.W.; Ingwall, J.S.

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Human cardiac MR spectroscopy-clinical methods and applications
pp. 113-115(3)
Authors: Beer, M.; Hahn, D.; Neubauer, S.

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Creatine kinase: An enzyme with a central role in cellular energy metabolism
pp. 116-119(4)
Authors: Wallimann, T.; Dolder, M.; Schlattner, U.; Eder, M.; Hornemann, T.; Kraft, T.; Stolz, M.

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Creatine kinase knockout mice-what is the phenotype: Heart
pp. 120-121(2)
Author: Ingwall, J.S.

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Creatine kinase knockout mice-what is the phenotype: skeletal muscle
pp. 122-123(2)
Authors: in 't Zandt, H.J.A.; Wieringa, B.; Heerschap, A.

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Mathematical model of energy transfer in hearts with inhibited or ablated creatine kinase system
pp. 124-125(2)
Authors: Saks, V.; Aliev, M.; Dos Santos, P.; Vendelin, M.; Kongas, O.

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Energetic basis of diastolic dysfunction
pp. 129-131(3)
Author: Tian, R.

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13C-NMR for the study of intermediary metabolism
pp. 132-132(1)
Author: Weiss, R.G.

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Does local coronary flow control metabolic flux rates? A 13C-NMR study
pp. 133-134(2)
Authors: decking, U.K.M.; Skwirba, S.; Zimmerman, M.F.; Preckel, B.; Loncar, R.; Thamer, V.; deussen, A.; Schrader, J.

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Atherosclerotic plaque assessment by NMR
pp. 135-136(2)
Author: Toussaint J.-F.

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Imaging modalities for detection of myocardial viability
pp. 137-139(3)
Author: Underwood, R.

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Assessment of myocardial viability with MR-the Cologne perspective
pp. 140-142(3)
Authors: Baer, F.M.; Theissen, P.; Crnac, J.; Schmidt, M.

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Assessment of myocardial viability with MR-the Wurzburg perspective
pp. 143-144(2)
Authors: Sandstede, J.; Beer, M.; Meininger, M.; Bertsch, G.; Werner, E.; Pabst, T.; Kenn, W.; Neubauer, S.; von Kienlin, M.; Hahn, D.

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Regional myocardial function with tissue phase mapping
pp. 145-146(2)
Authors: Hennig, J.; Markl, M.; Schneider, B.; Peschl, S.

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MR measurement of myocardial perfusion
pp. 147-147(1)
Author: Wilke, N.

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Myocardial perfusion and capillary blood volume during left ventricular remodelling
pp. 148-149(2)
Authors: Bauer, W.; Waller, C.; Kahler, E.; Hiller, K.; Hu, K.; Haase, A.; Ertl, G.

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MR studies of left ventricular remodeling
pp. 150-151(2)
Author: Buser, P.T.

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Growth hormone therapy in dilated cardiomyopathy monitored with MRI
pp. 152-154(3)
Authors: Friedrich, M.G.; Strohm, O.; Osterziel, K.; Dietz, R.

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Concentration of human cardiac 31P-metabolites determined by SLOOP 31P-MRS
pp. 155-156(2)
Authors: Landschutz, W.; Meininger, M.; Beer, M.; Seyfarth, T.; Horn, M.; Pabst, T.; Haase, A.; Hahn, D.; Neubauer, S.; von Kienlin, M.

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Human cardiac spectroscopy
pp. 157-160(4)
Authors: Bottomley, P.A.; Weiss, R.G.

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Detection of monoester signals in human myocardium by 31P-MRS
pp. 161-163(3)
Authors: Widmaier, S.; Jung, W.; Sieverding, L.; Breuer, J.; Schmidt, O.; Dietze, G.J.; Lutz, O.

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In vivo 1H-MR spectroscopy of the human heart
pp. 164-167(4)
Authors: Kreis, R.; Felblinger, J.; Jung, B.; Boesch, C.

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Functional and metabolic evaluation of the hypertrophied heart using MRI and 31P-MRS
pp. 168-170(3)
Authors: Lamb, H.J.; van der Laarse, A.; Pluim, B.M.; Beyerbacht, H.P.; Doornbos, J.; van der Wall, E.E.; de Roos, A.

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31P-MR spectroscopy in human end-stage heart failure during therapy with recombinant human growth hormone
pp. 171-172(2)
Authors: Wittlinger, T.; Voigtlander, T.; Friedrich Kreitner, K.; Kalden, P.; Genth-Zotz, S.; Darius, H.; Thelen, M.; Meyer, J.

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Fatty acids, ischaemic damage and the diabetic heart
pp. 173-174(2)
Authors: King, L.M.; Sidell, R.J.; Jones, B.E.; Radda, G.K.; Clarke, K.

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Ionic and metabolic imbalance in various conditions of ischemia-reperfusion: A 31P- and 23Na-NMR study
pp. 175-176(2)
Authors: Bernard, M.; El Banani, H.; Cozzone, P.J.; Feuvray, D.

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Myocardial Na+ content after infarction during scar development
pp. 179-180(2)
Authors: Horn, M.; Weidensteiner, C.; Lanz, T.; Neubauer, S.; von Kienlin, M.

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MR coronary angiography-fact or fiction?
pp. 181-183(3)
Author: van Rossum, A.C.

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Coronary flow measurements for evaluation of patients after stent implantation
pp. 184-185(2)
Authors: Nagel, E.; Hug, J.; Bunger, S.; Bornstedt, A.; Schnackenburg, B.; Wellnhofer, E.; Klein, C.; Thouet, T.; Schalla, S.; Fleck, E.

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High-resolution MR imaging in mice
pp. 186-188(3)
Authors: Wiesmann, F.; Ruff, J.; Haase, A.

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