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1987

Nicolay, K. and Aue, W. P. and Seelig, J. and van Echteld, C. J. and Ruigrok, T. J. and de Kruijff, B.. (1987) Effects of the anti-cancer drug adriamycin on the energy metabolism of rat heart as measured by in vivo 31P-NMR and implications for adriamycin-induced cardiotoxicity. Biochimica et biophysica acta, Vol. 929, H. 1. S. 5-13.

1986

Stocker, F. and Herschkowitz, N. and Bossi, E. and Stoller, M. and Cross, T. A. and Aue, W. P. and Seelig, J.. (1986) Cerebral metabolic studies in situ by 31P-nuclear magnetic resonance after hypothermic circulatory arrest. Pediatric Research, Vol. 20, H. 9. S. 867-871.

1985

Nidecker, A. C. and Muller, S. and Aue, W. P. and Seelig, J. and Fridrich, R. and Remagen, W. and Hartweg, H. and Benz, U. F.. (1985) Extremity bone tumors : evaluation by P-31 MR spectroscopy. Radiology, Vol. 157, H. 1. S. 167-174.

Aue, W. P. and Mueller, S. and Seelig, S.. (1985) Localized 13C-NMR spectra with enhanced sensitivity obtained by volume selective excitation. Journal of magnetic resonance, Vol. 61. S. 392-395.

Muller, S. and Aue, W. P. and Seelig, J.. (1985) NMR imaging and volume selective spectroscopy with a single surface coil. Journal of magnetic resonance, Vol. 63. S. 530-543.

Keller, U. and Oberhansli, R. and Huber, P. and Widmer, L. K. and Aue, W. P. and Hassink, R. I. and Muller, S. and Seelig, J.. (1985) Phosphocreatine content and intracellular pH of calf muscle measured by phosphorus NMR spectroscopy in occlusive arterial disease of the legs. European Journal of Clinical Investigation, Vol. 15, H. 6. S. 382-388.

1984

Cross, T. A. and Pahl, C. and Oberhansli, R. and Aue, W. P. and Keller, U. and Seelig, J.. (1984) Ketogenesis in the living rat followed by 13C NMR spectroscopy. Biochemistry, Vol. 23, H. 26. S. 6398-6402.

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