MR imaging is a non invasive method which can be used to obtain anatomical and pathophysiological information from living animals (rodents) and small biological samples (isolated organs and excised tissue). The facility is a central resource accessible to internal and external research institutions.
This facility is located in the Howard Florey Laboratories building. It host a Brüker Biospin 4.7 Tesla small animal MRI scanner 30cm bore size.
Specialised coils for mouse and rat brain/body imaging. Capability to scan larger animals (rabbit, cat, guinea pig…). Capabilities include functional MRI, MR Spectroscopy, perfusion and diffusion MRI.
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