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Dynamic X-ray Imaging at the Munich Compact Light Source

  • Regine Gradl (a1) (a2), Martin Dierolf (a1), Lorenz Hehn (a1) (a3), Benedikt Gunther (a1) (a4), David Kutschke (a5) (a6), Lin Yang (a5) (a6), Winfried Moller (a5) (a6), Tobias Stoeger (a5) (a6), Melanie Kimm (a3), Helena Haas (a3), Nathalie Roiser (a3), Daniela Pfeiffer (a3), Martin Donnelley (a7) (a8), Christoph Jud (a1), Bernhard Gleich (a1), David Parsons (a7) (a8), Klaus Achterhold (a1), Otmar Schmid (a5) (a6), Franz Pfeiffer (a1) (a2) (a3) and Kaye S. Morgan (a1) (a2) (a9)...
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[1] Morgan, K. S., et al Am. J. Respir. Critical Care Medicine 190 2016 469.
[2] Te Pas, A. B., et al, Pediatr. Res. 65 2009 537.
[3] The MuCLS machine was designed and constructed by Lyncean Technologies Inc. (Fremont, USA), http://lynceantech.com/.
[4] Eggl, E., et al, J. of Synchrotron Radiation 23 2016 1313.
[5] Gradl, R., et al, Scientific Reports 7 2017 42211.
[6] Gradl, R., et al, under review 2018.
[7] We acknowledge financial support through the Centre for Advanced Laser Applications (CALA), and the DFG Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz program. KM was supported by a Veski VPRF. KM, RG and FP completed this work with the support of the TUM Institute for Advanced Study, funded by the German Excellence Initiative and the European Union Seventh Framework Program under grant agreement no 291763 and co-funded by the European Union. LY received a fellowship from China Scholarship Council (CSC). MDo supported by NHMRC project APP1079712, and by the Cure 4 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation..
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