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[last update: March 2013]

1a) M. Guerquin-Kern, D. Van De Ville, C. Vonesch, J.-C. Baritaux, K. P. Pruessmann and M. Unser, Wavelet-Regularized Reconstruction for Rapid MRI. Proceedings of the Sixth IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro (ISBI'09), Boston MA, USA, pp. 193-196 (2009).

1b) M. Guerquin-Kern, F. I. Karahanoglu, D. Van De Ville, K.P. Pruessmann and M. Unser, Analytical form of Shepp-Logan phantom for parallel MRI. Proceedings of the Seventh IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro (ISBI'10), Rotterdam, The Netherlands (2010).

1c) M. Guerquin-Kern, M. Häberlin, K. P. Pruessmann and M. Unser, Novel Algorithm for Wavelet-Based MR Image Reconstruction. Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm, Sweden (2010).

1d) M. Guerquin-Kern, J.-C. Baritaux and M. Unser, Efficient Image Reconstruction Under Sparsity Constraints with Application to MRI and Bioluminescence Tomography. Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP'11), Prague, Czech Republic, pp. 5760-5763 (2011).

2a) D. Zosso, X. Bresson and J.-Ph. Thiran, Geodesic Active Fields – A Geometric Framework for Image Registration. 8th ICNAAM, p. 1027-1030 (2010).

2b) D. Zosso and J.-Ph. Thiran, Geodesic Active Fields on the Sphere. 20th ICPR, p. 4484-4487 (2010).

2c) V. Estellers Casas, D. Zosso, X. Bresson, and J.-P. Thiran, Harmonic Active Contours for multichannel image segmentation. Proceedings of International Conference on Image Processing (2011).

4a) K. Mader, P. Schneider, J.-Ph. Thiran, R. Müller and M. Stampanoni, Classification of vessel function through shape analysis of osteocyte lacunae. Abstracts 17th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics (ESB), Edinburgh, UK, July 5-8, 035 (2010).

4b) K. Mader, P. Schneider, D. Ruffoni, G. H. van Lenthe, J.-Ph. Thiran, R. Müller and M. Stampanoni, Automated, high-throughput, multi-scale assessment of bone morphology and bone competence. Abstracts 6th World Congress of Biomechanics, Singapore, Singapore, August 1-6, 399 (2010).

4c) F. Marone, R. Mokso, P. Modregger, J. Fife, B. Pinzer, T. Thuring, K. Mader, G. Mikuljan, A. Isenegger and M. Stampanoni, Present and Future X-ray Tomographic Microscopy at TOMCAT. AIP Conference Proceedings 1365, 116 (2011).

5) E.V. Migacheva, S.R. Chamot, O. Seydoux, B. Weber, C. Depeursinge, P. Marquet, P.J. Magistretti, Determination of Local Optical Properties of the Rat Barrel Cortex during Neural Activation: Monte-Carlo Approach to Light Propagation. Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care II 7715:771531 (2010).

6a) J.S. Jeong, A. Ansaloni, R. Mezzenga, H.A. Lashuel and G. Dietler, Polymorphic fibril formation of Aβ42: observation of secondary nucleation. CHIMIA: Int. Chem. J. 66, 589 (2012).

6b) J.S. Jeong and G. Dietler, Electric potential driven deposition of DNA molecules on an electrode by in situ atomic force microscopy, 221st Electrochemical Society Meeting, Seattle, USA (2012).

7a) Upconversion Nanocrystals as Tunable and Manipulable Multicolor Light Sources, Flavio M. Mor, László Forró and Sylvia Jeney, From SolidState To BioPhysics VI, Dubrovnik, Croatia (2012).

8a) J. Mata Pavia et al., 3D near-infrared imaging based on a single-photon avalanche diode array sensor. Proceedings of SPIE, 8088, 808811, Munich, Germany (2011).

8b) J. Mata Pavia et al., 3D near-infrared imaging based on a single-photon avalanche diode array sensor: A new perspective on reconstruction algorithms. Biomedical Optics, OSA Technical Digest (Optical Society of Amercia), paper BW1A.5. (2012).

8c) J. Mata Pavia et al., 3D near-infrared imaging based on a single-photon avalanche diode array sensor. Proc. SPIE 8460, Biosensing and Nanomedicine V, 84601J (2012).

9) F. Gramiccia, C. Besnard, S. Basso, C. Kewish, P. Pattison, F. Pfeiffer and M. Schiltz, Coherent X-ray diffraction from sub-micron protein crystals, American Crystallography Association Meeting (2010).

10a) A. Seuwen et al., Fast high resolution imaging of the mouse brain using a cryogenic 2x2 Phased Array coil at 9.4T, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne, Australia (2012).

10b) A. Seuwen et al., High resolution spectroscopic imaging of the mouse brain using a cryogenic 2x2 phased array coil at 9.4T, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne, Australia (2012).

10c) A. Seuwen et al., Slice-selective FID acquisition of proton spectroscopic imaging to access functionalmetabolic changes during GABAergic stimulation with µl resolution on the mouse brain, Proceedings ISMRM, Salt Lake City, USA.

12a) S.J. Vannesjoe, M. Haeberlin, L. Kasper, C. Barmet and K.P. Pruessmann, Measurement of gradient impulse response functions using a 3rd-order dynamic field camera. Proceedings ESMRMB, Antalya (2009).

12b) S.J. Vannesjoe, M. Haeberlin, L. Kasper, C. Barmet and K.P. Pruessmann, A method for characterizing the magnetic field response of a gradient system. Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm (2010).

12c) D. Giese, M. Haeberlin, C. Barmet, T. Schaeffter and K. P. Pruessmann and S. Kozerke, Analysis and correction of background velocity offsets in cine phase-contrast imaging using magnetic field monitoring. Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm (2010).

12d) L. Kasper, S.J. Vannesjoe, M. Haeberlin, C. Barmet, K. E. Stephan and K. P. Pruessmann, Non-uniform density EPI acquisition improves the SNR of smoothed MR images. Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm (2010).

12e) M. Haeberlin, B. Wilm, C. Barmet, S. Kozerke, G. Katsikatsos and K.P. Pruessmann, Sinusoidal Perturbations Improve the Noise Behavior of Parallel EPI. Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm (2010).

12f) M. Haeberlin, L. Kasper, C. Barmet, S.J. Vannesjö, S. Kozerke and K.P. Pruessmann,  Combined Real-Time Prospective Motion Correction and Concurrent Field Monitoring. Proceedings ISMRM Montreal (2011).

12g) L. Kasper, M. Haeberlin, C. Barmet, B. J. Wilm, C. C. Ruff, K. E. Stephan and K.P. Prüssmann, Matched Filter EPI Increases BOLD-Sensitivity in Human Functional MRI. Proceedings ISMRM Montreal (2011).

12h) B. J. Wilm, C. Barmet, M. Guerquin-Kern, M. Haeberlin and K. P. Pruessmann, Single-Shot Partial-Fourier Spiral Imaging. Proceedings ISMRM Montreal (2011).

12i) M. Haeberlin, D.O. Brunner, L. Kasper, Ch. Barmet and K.P.Pruessmann, Continuous Motion Tracking and Correction Using NMR Probes and Gradient Tones. Proceedings ISMRM Melbourne (2012).

12j) L. Kasper, M. Haeberlin, B.J. Wilm, K.E. Stephan, K.P. Pruessmann, 2D Matched Filter Acquisition for Improved SNR in Routine Brain Imaging. Proceedings ISMRM Melbourne (2012).

12k) B.J. Wilm, Ch. Barmet, L. Kasper, M. Haeberlin, B.E. Dietrich, K.P. Pruessmann, Partial Fourier Accelerated Spiral SENSE Imaging Using Magnetic Field Monitoring, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

13a) E. Shaffer and C. Depeursinge, Digital holographic microscopy at fundamental and second harmonic wavelengths. Advanced Microscopy Techniques, Proc. SPIE 7367 (2009).

13b) E. Shaffer and C. Depeursinge, Digital holography for second harmonic microscopy: application to 3D-tracking of nanoparticles. Biophotonics: Photonic Solutions for Better Health Care II, 7715, 771505 (2010).

13c) E. Shaffer and C. Depeursinge, Digital holography for second harmonic microscopy. Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences X, 7569, 75691K (2010).

13d) E. Shaffer and C. Depeursinge, Second harmonic phase microscopy of collagen fibers.  Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences X, 7903, (2011).

13e) E. Shaffer, Holographic second harmonic phase microscopy of collagen fibers. Advanced Microscopy Techniques, vol. 8086, Munich, Germany (2011).

13f) E. Shaffer, P. Marquet and C. Depeursinge, Holographic Second Harmonic Generation Imaging. Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging (DH), page DWC16, OSA (2011).

13g) E. Shaffer, P. Marquet and C. Depeursinge, Holographic second harmonic generation (SHG) microscopy. Focus on Microscopy 2011 (2011).

13h) E. Shaffer, P. Marquet and C. Depeursinge, Holographic Second Harmonic Generation Microscopy. Novel Techniques in Microscopy, page NTuC2, OSA (2011).

13i) E. Shaffer, P. Marquet and C. Depeursinge, Second harmonic phase microscopy of collagen fibers. Multiphoton Microscopy in the Biomedical Sciences XI, volume 7903, page 79030G. SPIE (2011).

14a) M. E. Merritt, M. Mishkovsky, T. Cheng, A. Jindal and Z. Kovacs et al., In vivo hyperpolarized 89Y studies in a 9.4T animal scanner.  Proceedings ISMRM, Stockholm, Sweden (2010).

14b) T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky and A. Comment, In situ polarization measurement of hyperpolarized solutions prior to in vivo 9.4T MR experiments, Proceedings ISMRM, Montreal, Canada (2011).

14c) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, A. Comment and R. Gruetter, Study of acetylcarnitine kinetics in skeletal muscle in vivo using hyperpolarized 1-13C acetate, Proceedings ISMRM, Montreal (2011).

14d) M. Mishkovsky, T. Cheng, A. Comment and R. Gruetter, Localized in vivo hyperpolarization transfer experiments, Proceedings ISMRM, Montreal, Canada (2011).

14e) Y. Takado, T. Cheng, J. Bastiaansen, M. Mishkovsky and R. Gruetter et al., In vivo real-time metabolic studies of mice brain and skeletal muscle at 9.4T, Third International Symposium on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Lausanne (2011).

14f) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, A. Comment and R. Gruetter, The metabolic effect of hyperpolarized [1-13C]acetate dosage in vivo, Third International Symposium on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Lausanne (2011).

14g) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, R. Gruetter and A. Comment, Kinetics of hyperpolarized [1-13C]acetate metabolism in cardiac muscle, Third International Symposium on Dynamic Nuclear Polarization, Lausanne, (2011).

14h) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, A. Comment and R. Gruetter, Hyperpolarized acetate as a metabolic tracer for skeletal and cardiac muscle energetic, Hot Topics in Molecular Imaging - TOPIM, Les Houches (2011).

14i) C. Cudalbu, A. Comment, T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky and R. Gruetter, In vivo localized 15N MRS detection of hyperpolarized 15N labeled choline in the rat brain, Proceedings ISMRM, Montreal, Canada (2011).

14j) T. Cheng, J. Jung, A. Comment, R. Gruetter and H. Lei et al., A comparison of high-pass birdcage coils for small animal imaging at 9.4 and 14T, Proceedings ESMRMB, Lisbon (2012).

14k) T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, J. Bastiaansen, O. Ouari and P. Hautle et al., Method to minimize the polarization losses in hyperpolarized biomolecules prior to in vivo MR experiments, Proceedings ESMRMB, Lisbon (2012).

14l) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, J. M. N. Duarte, M. Mishkovsky and A. Comment et al., Kinetic analysis of acetylCoA synthetase activity in skeletal muscle, Proceedings ESMRMB, Lisbon (2012).

14m) T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, M. Junk, D. Hinderberger and K. Münnemann et al., Producing radical-free hyperpolarized solutions for in vivo magnetic resonance, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

14n) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, R. Gruetter and A. Comment, In vivo real time cardiac metabolism using hyperpolarized acetate, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

14o) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, M. Mishkovsky, A. Comment and R. Gruetter, In vivo enzymatic assay of carnitine acetyl transferase and acetylCoA synthetase using hyperpolarized acetate, Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

14p) J. Bastiaansen, T. Cheng, R. Gruetter and A. Comment, Hyperpolarized [1-13C]acetylcarnitine as a tracer for cardiac metabolism, Proceedings ISMRM, Salt Lake City, USA (2013).

17) Kaplan, C., Ries, J., Shtengel, G., Hess, H. and Ewers, H. Super-resolution microscopy of septin higher-order structures in yeast; 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, San Francisco, CA, USA (2012).

18) M.F. Alf, H Lei., C. Berthet, L. Hirt, R.  Gruetter and V. Mlynarik, High-resolution mapping of the neurochemical profile after focal ischemia in mice. Proceedings ISMRM-ESMRMB, Montreal, Canada (2011).

19a) T. Kirchner, A. Henning, K.P. Pruessmann and P. Boesiger, Accelerated 1H-MRSI: Artifact Reduction by Target-Driven Reconstructio. Proceedings ISMRM-ESMRMB, Montreal, Canada (2011).

19b) T. Kirchner, A. Henning, K.P. Pruessmann and P. Boesiger, Accelerated 1H-MRSI: Artifact Reduction by Target-Driven Reconstruction. Proceedings ESMRMB, Leipzig, Germany (2011).

19c) T. Kirchner, A. Henning and P. Boesiger, Localized Filtering for Optimal Fat Suppression in Parallel 1H MRSI. Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012)

19d) T. Kirchner, A. Fillmer, P. Boesiger, K.P. Pruessmann and A. Henning, Highly Accelerated Parallel 1H MRSI at 7T with Simultaneous Suppression of Near- and Far-Reaching Signal Leakage. Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

19e) T. Kirchner, A. Fillmer, P. Boesiger, K.P. Prüssmann and A. Henning, Overdiscrete Reconstruction for Highly Accelerated Parallel 1H MRSI at 7T with Efficient Control of Voxel Bleeding, Proceedings ESMRMB, Lisbon, Portugal (2012).

19f) T. Kirchner, A. Fillmer, J. Tsao, P. Boesiger, K.P. Pruessmann and A. Henning, Reduction of Voxel Bleeding in Highly Accelerated Parallel 1H MRSI at 7T, ISMRM Scientific Workshop on Ultra High Field MRI, Noordwijk, Netherlands (2013).

19g) T. Kirchner , L. Eisenring, K.P. Pruessmann and A. Henning, Inherent Reduction of Residual Lipid Aliasing in SENSE-accelerated 1H MRSI at 7T by Spatially Selective SRF Optimization, Proceedings ISMRM, Salt Lake City, UT, USA (2013).

19h) M. Wyss, T. Kirchner, A. Ringenbach, K.P. Prüssmann and A. Henning, Relaxation Parameter Mapping Adapted for 7T and Validation against Optimized Single Voxel MRS, Proceedings ISMRM, Salt Lake City, UT, USA (2013).

20) E. Platonova, C. Winterflood and H. Ewers, CO-Localization in single molecule super-resolution microscopy; 57th meeting of the Biophysical Society, Philadelphia, USA (2013)

22) K. Dikaiou, F. Stuker, J. Klohs, A. Elmer, J. Ripoll and M. Rudin, New generation hybrid FMT/MRI system used to assess b-amyloid plaque load on APP23 mice in vivo. Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

23a) G. Lovric, R. Mokso, J.C. Schittny, M. Roth-Kleiner and M. Stampanoni, In-vivo study of lung physiology with sub-second x-ray tomographic microscopy, Second Joint Users Meeting @ PSI (JUM@P), PSI Villigen (2011)

23b) G. Lovric, R. Mokso, D. Haberthür, J.C. Schittny, M. Roth-Kleiner and M. Stampanoni, Development of microtomographic in vivo imaging to study lung dynamics at the TOMCAT beamline, SRI 2012, Grenoble (2012).

23c) G. Lovric, R. Mokso, J.C. Schittny, M. Roth-Kleiner and M. Stampanoni, Development of micro-tomographic in vivo imaging to study lung dynamics at the micrometer scale, XTOP 2012, St. Petersburg, Russia (2012).

23d) G. Lovric, R. Mokso, J.C. Schittny, M. Roth-Kleiner and M. Stampanoni, Towards microtomographic in vivo imaging, ICTMS 2013, Gent, Belgium (2013).

24a) A. Radenovic, Quantitative Localization. MicroscopyPhysCell , Hyeres, France (2012).

24b) A. Shivanandan, Super-resolution imaging and image analysis of protein-protein interactions in membranes. Mats Gustafsson Memorial Symposium on High Resolution Imaging, Janelia Farm Research Campus, VA, USA (2012).

25a) C. Binter, V. Knobloch, A. Sigfridsson and S. Kozerke, Direct Quantification of Turbulent Shear Stresses by Multi-Point Phase-Contrast MRI. Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

25b) C. Binter, V. Knobloch, R. Manka, A. Sigfridsson and S. Kozerke, Assessing Relative Energy Loss Across Heart Valves Using Generalized Phase-Contrast Flow Measurements. Proceedings ISMRM, Melbourne (2012).

25c) C. Binter, V. Knobloch, A. Sigfridsson and S. Kozerke, Turbulent Shear Stress Quantification using Phase Contrast MRI. Proceedings ESMRMB, Lisbon (2012).