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ing pulsed radio waves to separate the obscuring spinning side bands from the main spectrum. With this technique they could look at full bodies or zero in on specific organs or parts of tissues.

Wind will continue to refine the technology, for which he recently received two patents, and PNNL will make it available for licensing. As a precursor to studies in humans, Wind said, safety trails in animals would be necessary to see how strong a field and fast a spin they could stand. He admitted that patients might balk at being spun and believes engineers can solve this by building magnets where the magnetic field is rotated around a person in a stationary chamber.


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Contact: Bill Cannon
cannon@pnl.gov
509-375-3732
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
14-Sep-2004


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