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Concentration measurement by proton NMR using the ERETIC method
S Akoka, L Barantin, M Trierweiler
Analytical Chemistry 71 (13), 2554-2557, 1999
5641999
Radiofrequency map of an NMR coil by imaging
S Akoka, F Franconi, F Seguin, A Le Pape
Magnetic resonance imaging 11 (3), 437-441, 1993
2061993
A new method for absolute quantitation MRS metabolites
L Barantin, AL Pape, S Akoka
Magnetic resonance in medicine 38 (2), 179-182, 1997
1901997
Optimizing water suppression for quantitative NMR-based metabolomics: a tutorial review
P Giraudeau, V Silvestre, S Akoka
Metabolomics 11 (5), 1041-1055, 2015
1152015
Accurate Quantitative 13C NMR Spectroscopy:  Repeatability over Time of Site-Specific 13C Isotope Ratio Determination
E Caytan, EP Botosoa, V Silvestre, RJ Robins, S Akoka, GS Remaud
Analytical chemistry 79 (21), 8266-8269, 2007
1092007
Precise and accurate quantitative 13C NMR with reduced experimental time
E Caytan, GS Remaud, E Tenailleau, S Akoka
Talanta 71 (3), 1016-1021, 2007
1092007
Magnetic resonance imaging: a valuable method for the detection of synovial inflammation in rheumatoid arthritis.
P Goupille, B Roulot, S Akoka, AM Avimadje, P Garaud, L Naccache, ...
The Journal of rheumatology 28 (1), 35-40, 2001
1092001
Authentication of the origin of vanillin using quantitative natural abundance 13C NMR
EJ Tenailleau, P Lancelin, RJ Robins, S Akoka
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 52 (26), 7782-7787, 2004
1032004
Isotopic 13C NMR spectrometry to assess counterfeiting of active pharmaceutical ingredients: Site-specific 13C content of aspirin and paracetamol
V Silvestre, VM Mboula, C Jouitteau, S Akoka, RJ Robins, GS Remaud
Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis 50 (3), 336-341, 2009
1002009
Determination of substrate and product concentrations in lactic acid bacterial fermentations by proton NMR using the ERETIC method
V Silvestre, S Goupry, M Trierweiler, R Robins, S Akoka
Analytical chemistry 73 (8), 1862-1868, 2001
1002001
Adiabatic 1H decoupling scheme for very accurate intensity measurements in 13C NMR
E Tenailleau, S Akoka
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 185 (1), 50-58, 2007
982007
Superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles as a liver MRI contrast agent: contribution of microencapsulation to improved biodistribution
D Pouliquen, R Perdrisot, A Ermias, S Akoka, P Jallet, JJ Le Jeune
Magnetic resonance imaging 7 (6), 619-627, 1989
901989
Fast determination of absolute metabolite concentrations by spatially encoded 2D NMR: application to breast cancer cell extracts
A Le Guennec, I Tea, I Antheaume, E Martineau, B Charrier, M Pathan, ...
Analytical chemistry 84 (24), 10831-10837, 2012
872012
T2 relaxation time as a marker of brain myelination: experimental MR study in two neonatal animal models
E Miot-Noirault, L Barantin, S Akoka, A Le Pape
Journal of neuroscience methods 72 (1), 5-14, 1997
861997
Strategy for choosing extraction procedures for NMR-based metabolomic analysis of mammalian cells
E Martineau, I Tea, G Loaëc, P Giraudeau, S Akoka
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 401 (7), 2133-2142, 2011
852011
A new detection scheme for ultrafast 2D J-resolved spectroscopy
P Giraudeau, S Akoka
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 186 (2), 352-357, 2007
752007
Ultrafast 2D NMR on a benchtop spectrometer: Applications and perspectives
B Gouilleux, B Charrier, S Akoka, FX Felpin, M Rodriguez-Zubiri, ...
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 83, 65-75, 2016
742016
Reference and normalization methods: Essential tools for the intercomparison of NMR spectra
P Giraudeau, I Tea, GS Remaud, S Akoka
Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis 93, 3-16, 2014
742014
Absolute quantification of metabolites in breast cancer cell extracts by quantitative 2D 1H INADEQUATE NMR
E Martineau, I Tea, S Akoka, P Giraudeau
NMR in Biomedicine 25 (8), 985-992, 2012
742012
Correction of intensity nonuniformity in spin-echo T1-weighted images
G Collewet, A Davenel, C Toussaint, S Akoka
Magnetic resonance imaging 20 (4), 365-373, 2002
742002
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