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|MRI illuminates link between heart disease and mood disorders||
High-resolution brain imaging provides evidence of depression, anxiety in diseased mice
|Magneto-structural correlations in a transition metal complex||
In the field of inorganic chemistry, magneto-structural correlations have been used to rationally design molecules with desirable properties, and to relate these properties to the electronic and geometric structures. In turn, such studies provide powerful tools for understanding important catalytic processes, as well as elucidating the structures of active sites in metalloproteins. This study reveals an unusually strong sensitivity of the magnetic properties of a CoS4 molecule to minute changes in its structure.
|MagLab diversity director setting national research agenda||
Two MagLab personnel worked with Florida State University and Tallahassee Community College students during the 2017 spring semester as part of the FSU Noyce Program.
|New record NMR magnet reaches peak performance||
Producing a high magnetic field that is also very stable and uniform, the unique Series Connected Hybrid magnet is being put to work on NMR experiments never before possible.
|"Bath salt" drugs disrupt brain activity||
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, researchers observe how cocaine-like drug disrupts neural activity in rats.
|Decoding the human proteome with powerful mass spectrometer||
The MagLab’s 21-tesla FT-ICR magnet can identify human proteins far more efficiently than commercial instruments, a boon for medical research.
|New technique for detecting brain tumors||
Scientists using an MRI-friendly oxygen isotope have demonstrated a promising and safe method for identifying cancerous tumors.
|A new twist on DNA||
Research sheds important light on the fundamental process of cell division.
|Compound found in worms opens door to discovery of countless more||
Scientists have discovered and characterized an unusual, complex natural product produced in worms, a finding that suggests a whole body of discoveries awaits.
|Learning how protective shells form around retroviruses||
Scientists gain new insights into how protective shells form around retrovirus genomes, advancing the search for drugs that will combat them.