Tag: 900MHz magnet
The causes of migraines are not well understood, with treatment limited to addressing pain rather than its origin. Research conducted with hydrogen MRI is attempting to identify the "migraine generator."
With advanced techniques and world-record magnetic fields, researchers have detected new MRI signals from brain tumors.
This new technique for mapping out atom placements in the active site of enzymes could unlock the potential for finding new therapeutics.
Evolutionary biologists reused FAIR data generated at the MagLab's NMR facility to model an RNA-binding protein in mammals dating back 160 million years and to explore how evolution and natural selection have influenced the structure of the protein. Their work suggests new strategies for improving our understanding of this protein, which could lead to improved therapies for neurodegenerative diseases like ALS.
Findings clarify the role of sodium increase early in migraines and point to the region where symptoms may start.
Lab veteran Tim Cross has been named 2019-2020 Lawton Distinguished Professor by his peers.
Researchers at the National MagLab will study the role sodium plays in this painful disease and test treatments that could offer relief.
As head of nuclear magnetic resonance at the MagLab's Tallahassee headquarters, Rob Schurko hopes to expand capabilities and build new magnets.
With the most powerful MRI machine in the world, you can do cutting-edge studies on neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, tobacco use, muscles and more.
Sodium MRI techniques point to better cancer treatments.
What are the ten coolest (and most surprising) things about the world's strongest MRI magnet?
What is homogeneity and why is it so important to scientists? Learn how homogeneous magnets make data clearer by milking the magnetic field strength for all it's worth.
A team of experts believes stem cells could be a route to a fast, effective therapy.
What happens when a kid with ADHD sustains a concussion? Using high-field magnets, researchers are working to find out.
With a field strength of 21.1 tesla, this is the strongest MRI scanner in the world.
Andreas Neubauer took the extended stay option during his recent trip to the MagLab. After all, you can't rush art — especially when it's mixed with science.
Why are scientists putting a mouse in the MagLab's magnets? A scientist is developing an MRI technique to detect kidney disease that lights up the organs' metabolism.
With the help of the world's strongest MRI machine, a scientist uses a novel technique to pinpoint ground zero for a migraine.
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