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The relationship between blood flow impairment and oxygen depletion in acute ischemic stroke imaged with magnetic resonance imaging

Journal article

Seiler A. et al, (2019), Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, 39, 454 - 465

Multiparametric measurement of cerebral physiology using calibrated fMRI

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Bright MG. et al, (2019), NeuroImage, 187, 128 - 144

Gas-free calibrated fMRI with a correction for vessel-size sensitivity

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Rapid cerebrovascular reactivity mapping: Enabling vascular reactivity information to be routinely acquired

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Blockley NP. et al, (2017), NeuroImage, 159, 214 - 223

Clinical mapping of cerebrovascular reactivity using MRI: a framework for reaching consensus

Conference paper

Bright MG. et al, (2017), JOURNAL OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AND METABOLISM, 37, 290 - 291

A streamlined acquisition for mapping baseline brain oxygenation using quantitative BOLD

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Stone AJ. and Blockley NP., (2017), NeuroImage, 147, 79 - 88

Sources of systematic error in calibrated BOLD based mapping of baseline oxygen extraction fraction

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Hemispheric asymmetry in cerebrovascular reactivity of the human primary motor cortex: anin vivostudy at 7 T

Journal article

Driver ID. et al, (2015), NMR in Biomedicine, 28, 538 - 545

Investigating the field-dependence of the Davis model: Calibrated fMRI at 1.5, 3 and 7 T

Journal article

Hare HV. et al, (2015), NeuroImage, 112, 189 - 196

Identifying the ischaemic penumbra using pH-weighted magnetic resonance imaging

Journal article

Harston GWJ. et al, (2015), Brain, 138, 36 - 42

Quantitative fMRI


Blockley NP. et al, (2015), fMRI: From Nuclear Spins to Brain Functions, 215 - 243

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