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Open Access EXPAT - Exploring the human brain using magnetic resonance imaging and parallel transmission at ultra-high field - ERC

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The aim of EXPAT is to apply sophisticated control techniques to manipulate the nuclear spins efficiently with parallel transmission at ultra high field MRI on the state-of-the art 7 Tesla and the unique 11.7 Tesla MRI scanner that will be installed at NeuroSpin/CEA. By bringing a practical solution to parallel transmission at such high field strength, EXPAT will be a major breakthrough for MRI of the brain.
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Keywords: MRI; PARALLEL TRANSMISSION; PULSE DESIGN; RF PULSES; SAR; TEMPERATURE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2017

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