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Abstract #3718

Feasibility of line scanning BOLD fMRI on human subjects

Daniel Spitzer1, Jochen Bauer1, and Cornelius Faber1

1Department of Clinical Radiology, Muenster, Germany

Line scanning fMRI is a novel technique to probe the BOLD signal with high temporal resolution, which has been previously demonstrated in small animals. Here, we implement line scanning fMRI on a clinical 3 T scanner and probe the BOLD response in human brain with 100 ms temporal resolution. From our data the hemodynamic response can be derived, perfectly matching the response function as observed with conventional fMRI detection methods.

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