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Magnetic Resonance Microscopy
Magnetic Resonance Microscopy is an imaging method that uses powerful magnets to send energy into cells and allows the visualization of internal body structures. It picks up signals from the specimen and converts them into computer images. Magnetic Resonance Microscopy is a useful tool for scientists because of its ability to generate digital virtual 3D images without destroying the specimens.
Related journals Magnetic Resonance Microscopy Journal of Magnetic Resonance, New Microscopies in Medicine and Biology, Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Toxicological Pathology, Phytopathology, Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences