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Chemical shift imaging of the human brain at age 60-90 reveals metabolic differences between women and men.

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SIJENS, P, M OUDKERK, F DE LEEUW, J DE GROOT, Eric Achten, R HEIJBOER, A HOFMAN, and M BRETELER. 1999. “Chemical Shift Imaging of the Human Brain at Age 60-90 Reveals Metabolic Differences Between Women and Men.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 42 (1): 24–31.
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SIJENS, P, OUDKERK, M., DE LEEUW, F., DE GROOT, J., Achten, E., HEIJBOER, R., HOFMAN, A., et al. (1999). Chemical shift imaging of the human brain at age 60-90 reveals metabolic differences between women and men. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE, 42(1), 24–31.
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SIJENS P, OUDKERK M, DE LEEUW F, DE GROOT J, Achten E, HEIJBOER R, et al. Chemical shift imaging of the human brain at age 60-90 reveals metabolic differences between women and men. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE. 1999;42(1):24–31.
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SIJENS, P, M OUDKERK, F DE LEEUW, et al. “Chemical Shift Imaging of the Human Brain at Age 60-90 Reveals Metabolic Differences Between Women and Men.” MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE 42.1 (1999): 24–31. Print.
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  author       = {SIJENS, P and OUDKERK, M and DE LEEUW, F and DE GROOT, J and Achten, Eric and HEIJBOER, R and HOFMAN, A and BRETELER, M},
  issn         = {0740-3194},
  journal      = {MAGNETIC RESONANCE IN MEDICINE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {24--31},
  title        = {Chemical shift imaging of the human brain at age 60-90 reveals metabolic differences between women and men.},
  volume       = {42},
  year         = {1999},
}

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