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The overall aim of this project is at the forefront of changing the focus of MR microscopy from static, structural imaging to dynamic investigations of ongoing cellular physiological processes.
The overall aim of this project is at the
forefront of changing the focus of MR microscopy from static, structural imaging to
dynamic investigations of ongoing cellular physiological processes. Our goal is not only
to obtain ultra-high spatial resolution MR images but also to extract physiological
information at the cellular and subcellular levels. In order to accomplish this
goal we combine foremost advances in MRM with a well-chosen biological system, Aplysia
californica. Aplysia offers several unique advantages which make it
suitable for studies at the cellular level: a relatively small number (20 000)
of large (many between 100 – 1000 mm in diameter) nerve cells among which many have
been uniquely identified by electrophysiological methods and have been reliably
linked to the animal’s behavior.
We have reported functional MRI studies with single neuron resolution using manganese enhanced MRI (MEMRI) (link):
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.