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Clinical translation of hyperpolarized magnetic resonance for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases

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Cardiovascular diseases continue to pose an unacceptable societal burden, mandating the development of new and improved methods for their diagnosis, monitoring and treatment. Current cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging techniques provide exquisite structural and functional information, but their ability to assess the molecular processes underlying cardiac function in health and disease is limited by inherent insensitivity. Hyperpolarized magnetic resonance is a new technology which o...

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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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