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Imaging the Brain In Situ with Phase Contrast CT

  • Linda Croton (a1), Kaye Morgan (a1) (a2), David Paganin (a1), Lauren Kerr (a3) (a4), Megan Wallace (a3) (a5), Kelly Crossley (a3) (a5), Gary Ruben (a1), Suzanne Miller (a3), Naoto Yagi (a6), Kentaro Uesugi (a6), Stuart Hooper (a3) (a5) and Marcus Kitchen (a1)...
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[1] Munch, B, et al, Opt. Express 17 2009 8567.
[2] Prell, D, Kyriakou, Y Kalender, WA Phys. Med. Biol. 54 2009 3881.
[3] Croton, L, et al, arXiv:1801.07968, submitted (2018) .
[4] Beltran, M, et al, Opt. Express 18 2010 6423.
[5] Paganin, D, et al, Opt. Comm. 234 2002 87.
[6] This work was funded by ARC Discovery Project DP170103678 and supported by SPring-8 proposals 2015B0047 and 2016A0047. The authors acknowledge travel funding from the Australian Synchrotron Access Program (ISAP) managed by the Australian Synchrotron and funded by the Australian Government (AS/IA153/10571).
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