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Putting the power of magnetic resonance spec­troscopy into the hands of more clinicians and researchers

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a familiar technology that reveals structure in the brain or other parts of the body by mapping the location of water molecules and fat. Its lesser-known cousin, magnetic resonance spec­troscopy (MRS), uses the same non-invasive methods — magnetic fields and radio waves — to scan small regions for the concen­tra­tions of chemical metabolites, including those known to be elevated in cancer and neurode­gen­er­a­tive diseases. BrainSpec is building a cloud-based system for sharing, viewing, and managing MRS data, giving more doctors access to virtual biopsy” results.

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