[1]

Biederer S, Knopp T, Sattel TF, et al. Magnetization response spectroscopy of superparamagnetic nanoparticles for magnetic particle imaging. J Phys D Appl Phys 2009; 42: 205007.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[2]

Chikazumi S, Charap SH. Physics of magnetism. New York: Wiley 1964.Google Scholar

[3]

Erbe M, Knopp T, Sattel TF, Biederer S, Buzug TM. Experimental generation of an arbitrarily rotated field-free line for the use in magnetic particle imaging. Med Phys 2011; 38: 5200–5207.CrossrefPubMedGoogle Scholar

[4]

Fenn M, Potts D. Fast summation based on fast trigonometric transforms at nonequispaced nodes. Numer Linear Algebra Appl 2005; 12: 161–169.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[5]

Finas D, Ruhland B, Baumann K, et al. Sentinel lymphnode detection in breast cancer by magnetic particle imaging using superparamagnetic nanoparticles. In: Buzug TM, Borgert J, Knopp T, editors. Magnetic nanoparticles: particle science, imaging technology, and clinical applications. Lübeck: World Scientific 2010: 205–210.Google Scholar

[6]

Gleich B, Weizenecker J. Tomographic imaging using the nonlinear response of magnetic particles. Nature 2005; 435: 1214–1217.Google Scholar

[7]

Gleich B, Weizenecker J, Borgert J. Experimental results on fast 2D-encoded magnetic particle imaging. Phys Med Biol 2008; 53: N81–N84.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[8]

Gleich B, Weizenecker J, Timminger H, et al. Fast MPI demonstrator with enlarged field of view. In: Proc ISMRM Stockholm Mai 2010; 18: 218.Google Scholar

[9]

Goodwill PW, Conolly SM. The x-space formulation of the magnetic particle imaging process: one-dimensional signal, resolution, bandwidth, SNR, SAR, and magnetostimulation. IEEE Trans Med Imag 2010; 29: 1851–1859.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[10]

Goodwill PW, Conolly SM. Experimental demonstration of x-space magnetic particle imaging. SPIE 2011; 7965: 79650U.Google Scholar

[11]

Goodwill PW, Conolly SM. Multi-dimensional x-space magnetic particle imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imag 2011; 30: 1581–1590.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[12]

Goodwill PW, Lu K, Zheng B, Conolly SM. An x-space magnetic particle imaging scanner. Rev Sci Instrum 2012; 83: 033708–033708.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[13]

Goodwill PW, Saritas EU, Croft LR, et al. X-space MPI: magnetic nanoparticles for safe medical imaging. Adv Mater 2012; 24: 3870–3877.CrossrefPubMedGoogle Scholar

[14]

Gräser M, Biederer S, Grüttner M, et al. Determination of a 1D-MPI-system-function using a magnetic particle spectroscope. Biomed Tech 2011; 56(Suppl. 1). Freiburg: DOI 10.1515/BMT.2011.302.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[15]

Grüttner M, Gräser M, Biederer S, et al. 1D-image reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging using a hybrid system function. In: Proc IEEE Nucl Sci Symp Med Im Conf, Valencia 2011: 2545–2548.Google Scholar

[16]

Haegele J, Rahmer J, Gleich B, et al. Magnetic particle imaging: visualization of instruments for cardiovascular intervention. Radiology 2012; 265: 933–938.CrossrefPubMedWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[17]

Halkola A, Buzug TM, Rahmer J, Gleich B, Bontus C. System calibration unit for magnetic particle imaging: focus field based system function. In: Magnetic particle imaging, Springer Proceedings in Physics, Lübeck 2012; 140: 27–31.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[18]

Knopp T, Buzug TM. Magnetic particle imaging – an introduction to imaging principles and scanner instrumentation. Berlin: Springer 2012.Google Scholar

[19]

Knopp T, Biederer S, Sattel TF, et al. 2D model-based reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging. Med Phys 2010; 37: 485–491.PubMedCrossrefGoogle Scholar

[20]

Knopp T, Rahmer J, Sattel TF, et al. Weighted iterative reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging. Phys Med Biol 2010; 55: 1577–1589.PubMedCrossrefGoogle Scholar

[21]

Knopp T, Sattel TF, Biederer S, et al. Model-based reconstruction for magnetic particle imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imag 2010; 29: 12–18.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[22]

Lu K, Goodwill P, Zheng B, Conolly S. The impact of filtering direct-feedthrough on the x-space theory of magnetic particle imaging. SPIE 2011; 7965: 79652I.Google Scholar

[23]

Lu K, Goodwill PW, Saritas EU, Zheng B, Conolly SM. Linearity and shift-invariance for quantitative magnetic particle imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imag 2013; 32: 1565–1575. DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2013.2257177.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[24]

Rahmer J, Weizenecker J, Gleich B, Borgert J. Signal encoding in magnetic particle imaging. BMC Med Imaging 2009; 9: 1565–1575.Google Scholar

[25]

Rahmer J, Weizenecker J, Gleich B, Borgert J. Analysis of a 3-D system function measured for magnetic particle imaging. IEEE Trans Med Imag 2012; 31: 1289–1299.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

[26]

Sattel TF, Knopp T, Biederer S, et al. Single-sided device for magnetic particle imaging. J Phys D Appl Phys 2009; 42: 1–5.Google Scholar

[27]

Schomberg H. Magnetic particle imaging: model and reconstruction. In: Proc IEEE ISBI, Rotterdam 2010: 992–995.Google Scholar

[28]

Weaver JB, Rauwerdink AM, Hansen EW. Magnetic nanoparticle temperature estimation. Med Phys 2009; 36: 1822–1829.PubMedCrossrefGoogle Scholar

[29]

Weizenecker J, Borgert J, Gleich B. A simulation study on the resolution and sensitivity of magnetic particle imaging. Phys Med Biol 2007; 52: 6363–6374.PubMedCrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[30]

Weizenecker J, Gleich B, Rahmer J, Dahnke H, Borgert J. Three-dimensional real-time in vivo magnetic particle imaging. Phys Med Biol 2009; 54: L1–L10.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

[31]

Weizenecker J, Gleich B, Rahmer J, Borgert J. Micro-magnetic simulation study on the magnetic particle imaging performance of anisotropic mono-domain particles. Phys Med Biol 2012; 57: 7317.PubMedCrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

## Comments (0)

General note:By using the comment function on degruyter.com you agree to our Privacy Statement. A respectful treatment of one another is important to us. Therefore we would like to draw your attention to our House Rules.