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Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI in mice at high field: Estimation of the arterial input function can be achieved by phase imaging

Bibliographic reference Fruytier, Anne-Catherine ; Magat, Julie ; Colliez, Florence ; Jordan, Bénédicte ; Cron, Greg ; et. al. Dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI in mice at high field: Estimation of the arterial input function can be achieved by phase imaging. In: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol. 71, no.2, p. 544-550 (2014)
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