Zeitschriftenartikel (13)

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    Quodbach, J.; Moussavi, A.; Tammer, R.; Frahm, J.; Kleinebudde, P.: Assessment of disintegrant efficacy with fractal dimensions from real-time MRI. International Journal of Pharmaceutics 475 (1-2), S. 605 - 612 (2014)
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    Quodbach, J.; Moussavi, A.; Tammer, R.; Frahm, J.; Kleinebudde, P.: Tablet disintegration studied by high-resolution real-time magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 103 (1), S. 249 - 255 (2014)
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    Boretius, S.; Tammer, R.; Michaelis, T.; Brockmöller, J.; Frahm, J.: Halogenated volatile anesthetics alter brain metabolism as revealed by proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of mice in vivo. NeuroImage 69, S. 244 - 255 (2013)
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    Boretius, S.; Escher, A.; Dallenga, T.; Wrzos, C.; Tammer, R.; Brueck, W.; Nessler, S.; Frahm, J.; Stadelmann, C.: Assessment of lesion pathology in a new animal model of MS by multiparametric MRI and DTI. NeuroImage 59 (3), S. 2678 - 2688 (2012)
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    Boretius, S.; Michaelis, T.; Tammer, R.; Ashery-Padan, R.; Frahm, J.; Stoykova, A.: In vivo MRI of altered brain anatomy and fiber connectivity in adult Pax6 deficient mice. Cerebral Cortex 19 (12), S. 2838 - 2847 (2009)
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    Michaelis, T.; Abaei, A.; Boretius, S.; Tammer, R.; Frahm, J.; Schlumbohm, C.: Intrauterine hyperexposure to dexamethasone of the common marmoset monkey revealed normal cerebral metabolite concentrations in adulthood as assessed by quantitative proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in vivo. Journal of Medical Primatology 38 (3), S. 213 - 218 (2009)
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    Boretius, S.; Kasper, L.; Tammer, R.; Michaelis, T.; Frahm, J.: MRI of cellular layers in mouse brain in vivo. NeuroImage 47, S. 1252 - 1260 (2009)
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    Hofer, S.; Merboldt, K. D.; Tammer, R.; Frahm, J.: Rhesus monkey and human share a similar topography of the corpus callosum as revealed by diffusion tensor MRI in vivo. Cerebral Cortex 18 (5), S. 1079 - 1084 (2008)
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    Kern, T. A.; Roerup, H.; Werthschutzky, R.; Tammer, R.: A remotely controlled lightweight MRI compatible ultrasonic actuator for micrometer positioning of electrodes during neuroethological primate research. Biomedizinische Technik/Biomedical Engineering 53 (6), S. 292 - 299 (2008)
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    Watanabe, T.; Tammer, R.; Boretius, S.; Frahm, J.; Michaelis, T.: Chromium(VI) as a novel MRI contrast agent for cerebral white matter: Preliminary results in mouse brain in vivo. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 56 (1), S. 1 - 6 (2006)
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    Tammer, R.; Ehrenreich, L.; Boretius, S.; Watanabe, T.; Frahm, J.; Michaelis, T.: Compatibility of glass-guided recording microelectrodes in the brain stem of squirrel monkeys with high-resolution 3D MRI. Journal of Neuroscience Methods 153 (2), S. 221 - 229 (2006)
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    Boretius, S.; Schmelting, B.; Watanabe, T.; Merkler, D.; Tammer, R.; Czeh, B.; Michaelis, T.; Frahm, J.; Fuchs, E.: Monitoring of EAE onset and progression in the common marmoset monkey by sequential high-resolution 3D MRI. NMR in Biomedicine 19, S. 41 - 49 (2006)
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    Boretius, S.; Natt, O.; Watanabe, T.; Tammer, R.; Ehrenreich, L.; Frahm, J.; Michaelis, T.: In vivo diffusion tensor mapping of the brain of squirrel monkey, rat, and mouse using single-shot STEAM MRI. Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics Biology and Medicine 17 (3-6), S. 339 - 347 (2004)

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    Tammer, R.; Hofer, S.; Merboldt, K. D.; Frahm, J.: Magnetic resonance imaging of the rhesus monkey brain. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen (2009), 263 S.
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