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Our Department has two high resolution Magnetic resonance imaging systems, specialising in in vivo cine and cardiac MRI. We also have access to Hyperpolarized magnetic resonance imaging capabilities.

Long axis MRI scan of a beating heart
Slice MRI scan of a beating heart chamber

On average 5-6 animals can be scanned using cine MRI in one session.

3 animals can be scanned using hyperpolarised 13C1 and 13C2 pyruvate.