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학술지 Magnetic Particle Imaging with a Planar Frequency Mixing Magnetic Detection Scanner
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저자
홍효봉, 임재호, Chel-Jong Choi, 신성웅, Hans-Joachim Krause
발행일
201401
출처
Review of Scientific Instruments, v.85 no.1, pp.1-5
ISSN
0034-6748
출판사
American Institute of Physics (AIP)
DOI
https://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4861916
협약과제
14MC1500, 실감미디어를 위한 플렉시블 센서 기반 촉감 저장·재생 플랫폼 원천기술 개발, 홍효봉
초록
We present the first experimental results of our planar-Frequency Mixing Magnetic Detection (p-FMMD) technique to obtain Magnetic Particles Imaging (MPI). The p-FMMD scanner consists of two magnetic measurement heads with intermediate space for the analysis of the sample. The magnetic signal originates from the nonlinear magnetization characteristics of superparamagnetic particles as in case of the usual MPI scanner. However, the detection principle is different. Standard MPI records the higher order harmonic response of particles at a field-free point or line. By contrast, FMMD records a sum-frequency component generated from both a high and a low frequency magnetic field incident on the magnetically nonlinear particles. As compared to conventional MPI scanner, there is no limit on the lateral dimensions of the sample; just the sample height is limited to 2 mm. In addition, the technique does not require a strong magnetic field or gradient because of the mixing of the two different frequencies. In this study, we acquired an 18 mm × 18 mm image of a string sample decorated with 100 nm diameter magnetic particles, using the p-FMMD technique. The results showed that it is feasible to use this novel MPI scanner for biological analysis and medical diagnostic purposes. © 2014 AIP Publishing LLC.
KSP 제안 키워드
2 mm, Different frequency, Frequency components, Higher order, Lateral dimensions, Low Frequency Magnetic Field, Magnetic field(MF), Magnetic signal, Medical Diagnostic, Nonlinear magnetization characteristics, Strong magnetic field