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A novel method for isolating podocytes using magnetic activated cell sorting

Application of Cell Penetrating Peptide in Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Relationship of Structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Magnetic Resonance Perfusion, and Other Disease Factors to Neuropsychological Outcome in Sickle Cell Disease

The efficiency of magnetic-activated cell sorting and fluorescence-activated cell sorting in the decontamination of testicular cell suspensions in cancer patients

Elf-pulsed magnetic fields modulate opioid peptide gene expression in myocardial cells

Neurocognitive Functioning and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Children With Sickle Cell Disease

Nuclear magnetic resonance micro‐imaging in the investigation of plant cell metabolism

A case of giant cell tumor of the rib with magnetic resonance imaging

Magnetic resonance mapping of transplanted endothelial progenitor cells for therapeutic neovascularization in ischemic heart disease

Silver nanocrystals sensitize magnetic-nanoparticle-mediated thermo-induced killing of cancer cells

Ornithine decarboxylase activity in L929 cells following exposure to 60 Hz magnetic fields

Gene expression in human breast epithelial cells exposed to 60 Hz magnetic fields

Power frequency magnetic fields do not contribute to transformation of JB6 cells.

Selection of carbohydrate-binding cell phenotypes using oligosaccharide-coated magnetic particles

A novel magnetic resonance-based method to measure gene expression in living cells

Effects of early corticosteroid treatment on magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasonography findings in giant cell arteritis

Social Information Processing and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Children With Sickle Cell Disease

 

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An obsolete type of memory element in which two different states of its magnetic flux pattern are used to represent binary values. The element may be a ferromagnetic core, part of a perforated ferromagnetic plane, or the intersection of two coated wires, and it can store a single bit of information.

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