Detecting contaminants with long T2 relaxation time at 3 ppm in the human brain using the novel antiphase J difference editing method implemented in proton MRS at 7T

Dataset

Title Detecting contaminants with long T2 relaxation time at 3 ppm in the human brain using the novel antiphase J difference editing method implemented in proton MRS at 7T
Authors Rohani Rankouhi Seyedmorteza, Hong Donghyun, Norris David,
Description With antiphase J difference editing technique at three TEs of 195, 225 and 255 ms, an evidence of contaminants with long T2 relaxaton time is found at 3 ppm in the human brain in vivo at 7T. The data are protn MR spectra acquired at these three TEs with this editing technique in two modes namely mode1 and mode2.
License Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/)
References
Funding ICEMED
Keywords single voxel MRS
antiphase
J difference editing
GABA
Macromolecule
Data This dataset can be browsed online here or downloaded as a zip archive (2 MB). The current version of the dataset repository, possibly with updates, can be found here.
DOI 10.12751/g-node.51b431
Citation This dataset can be cited as:
Rohani Rankouhi S, Hong D, Norris D, (2018) Detecting contaminants with long T2 relaxation time at 3 ppm in the human brain using the novel antiphase J difference editing method implemented in proton MRS at 7T. G-Node. doi:10.12751/g-node.51b431
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Resource Type Dataset