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The MR microscope developed in this study. The superconducting bulk magnet is seen in the center of the figure. The conventional superconducting NMR magnet used for energizing the bulk magnet is seen behind the bulk magnet.
Schematic of the HTS bulk magnet.
Magnetic field distribution (left) and its histogram (right) measured in the central region of the bulk magnet. Root mean square and peak-to-peak values of inhomogeneity were 3.1 ppm and 37 ppm, respectively.
2D cross sections selected from a 3D image data set of a water capillary phantom. Numbers in the images are the vertical heights of the images. The voxel size is .
The midsagittal [(a) and (b)] and horizontal (c) cross sections of mouse embryo chemically fixed at 14 days postconception (dpc) measured using the MR microscope. The voxel size is . The background signal was manually removed for clarity in (b).
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