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Last Month's Most Accessed Feature: Nano targeting: Self-assembled contrast agents

The development of self-assembling nanoparticles could allow contrast agents for magnetic resonance imaging to be carried to target sites in the body much more effectively than by other means, according to US researchers.

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MRC the new Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

It is with great pleasure that we introduce a new look for Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry (MRC) into the community. Together with an updated design, the editors have taken the opportunity to modernise and to develop the content and editorial structure to better serve the research needs of its authors and readers.

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A technique called steering resonance over the object (STEREO) has been developed to excite magnetic resonance signals locally to demonstrate the feasibility of MRI with multidimensional spatiotemporal-encoding that can compensate extreme field inhomogeneity.

Many people are familiar with how a simple trigger, a scent, a colour, a piece of music, a photograph can bring back a "flood" of disparate memories all at once. There are mathematical theories called global similarity models that attempt to explain this phenomenon. Now, a functional magnetic resonance study (fMRI) on memory and categorization has put this mathematical model on a firm neurobiological footing for the first time.

MEDLINE, CINAHL and EMBASE databases were searched in a systematic review of the ability of MRI studies of the lumbar spine to predict future lower back pain.

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Understanding NMR Spectroscopy

James Keeler

May 2, 2012

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James Keeler, Editor-in-Chief of Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, discusses the high-resolution NMR of liquid samples, concentratring exclusively on spin-half nuclei (mainly 1H and 13C). It is aimed at people who are familiar with the use of routine NMR for structure determination and who wish to deepen their understanding of just exactly how NMR experiments work.

Agilent Research Products Division vice president and general manager, Regina Schuck talks about her experiences of a lifetime spent in NMR, including the most significant recent developments, the current challenges and a glimpse into the NMR of the future.

Agilent Research Products Division vice president and general manager, Regina Schuck describes how the recently-acquired nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy products are complementary to Agilent's mass spectrometry portfolio.

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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry is devoted to the rapid publication of papers which are concerned with the development of magnetic resonance techniques, or in which the application of such techniques plays a pivotal part. Contributions from scientists working in all areas of NMR, ESR and NQR are invited, and papers describing applications in all branches of chemistry, structural biology and materials chemistry are published.

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Waters acquires 'intelligent knife' technology

Jon Evans

Jul 24, 2014

Waters has acquired the rapid evaporative ionization mass spectrometry technology behind the 'intelligent knife', a device for real-time diagnostics during surgery.

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Pittcon 2014 Editors' Gold Award – Texas Instruments

Date: Mar 10, 2014

Eileen Skelly Frame talks with this year's Pittcon Editors' Award Gold winners, Texas Instruments, about their DLP NIR scan technology.

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