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Regional variations in 1H-metabolite concentrations in newborn human brain may relate to differences in neuronal development and active myelination.

Cady, EB; Penrice, J; Lorek, A; Amess, PN; Wylezinska, M; Aldridge, RF; Wyatt, JS; (1995) Regional variations in 1H-metabolite concentrations in newborn human brain may relate to differences in neuronal development and active myelination. In: Proceedings Society for Magnetic Resonance, 3rd Annual Meeting. (pp. 383 - 383).

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Abstract

19-25 August

Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Regional variations in 1H-metabolite concentrations in newborn human brain may relate to differences in neuronal development and active myelination.
Event: Society for Magnetic Resonance, 3rd Annual Meeting, Nice, France.
Keywords: MRS, 1H, proton, absolute quantitation, neonatal, brain, development
UCL classification: UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Medical Physics and Bioengineering
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/145634
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