magnetic resonance spectroscopy

New imaging techniques illuminate muscle and nerve, speeding research and aiding clinical trials

posted on July 1, 2012 - 3:09pm
Researchers are very good at understanding what is going on with things they can’t see directly, whether it be the membranes of muscle cells or the motor neurons of the spinal cord. But what is true for the rest of us is equally true for scientists: Seeing something is often the quickest and most direct way to understand it.

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