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- Isobel Gordon, George P. Ralli, Carolina Fernandes, Amy H. Herlihy, Michael Brady:
Proton Density Fat Fraction of Breast Adipose Tissue: Comparison of the Effect of Fat Spectra and Initial Evaluation as a Biomarker. MIUA 2022: 28-45
- Jiwon Choe, Amy Huang, Tali Moreshet, Maurice Herlihy, R. Iris Bahar:
Concurrent Data Structures with Near-Data-Processing: an Architecture-Aware Implementation. SPAA 2019: 297-308
- Yu-Ting Kuo, Po-Wah So, James R. C. Parkinson, Wei Sheng Yu, Mohammed K. Hankir, Amy H. Herlihy, Anthony P. Goldstone, Gary S. Frost, Clive Wasserfall, Jimmy D. Bell:
The combined effects on neuronal activation and blood-brain barrier permeability of time and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids in mice, as measured in vivo using MEMRI. NeuroImage 50(4): 1384-1391 (2010)
- James R. C. Parkinson, Owais B. Chaudhri, Yu-Ting Kuo, Benjamin C. T. Field, Amy H. Herlihy, Waljit S. Dhillo, Mohammad A. Ghatei, Stephen R. Bloom, Jimmy D. Bell:
Differential patterns of neuronal activation in the brainstem and hypothalamus following peripheral injection of GLP-1, oxyntomodulin and lithium chloride in mice detected by manganese-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MEMRI). NeuroImage 44(3): 1022-1031 (2009)
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