Nicholas Blockley
Nicholas Blockley
Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham
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A review of calibrated blood oxygenation level‐dependent (BOLD) methods for the measurement of task‐induced changes in brain oxygen metabolism
NP Blockley, VEM Griffeth, AB Simon, RB Buxton
NMR in Biomedicine 26 (8), 987-1003, 2013
Identifying the ischaemic penumbra using pH-weighted magnetic resonance imaging
GWJ Harston, YK Tee, N Blockley, TW Okell, S Thandeswaran, G Shaya, ...
Brain 138 (1), 36-42, 2015
Field strength dependence of R1 and R relaxivities of human whole blood to prohance, vasovist, and deoxyhemoglobin
NP Blockley, L Jiang, AG Gardener, CN Ludman, ST Francis, PA Gowland
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 2008
An improved method for acquiring cerebrovascular reactivity maps
NP Blockley, ID Driver, ST Francis, JA Fisher, PA Gowland
Magnetic resonance in medicine 65 (5), 1278-1286, 2011
Comparing different analysis methods for quantifying the MRI amide proton transfer (APT) effect in hyperacute stroke patients
YK Tee, GWJ Harston, N Blockley, TW Okell, J Levman, F Sheerin, ...
NMR in Biomedicine 27 (9), 1019-1029, 2014
A general analysis of calibrated BOLD methodology for measuring CMRO2 responses: comparison of a new approach with existing methods
NP Blockley, VEM Griffeth, RB Buxton
Neuroimage 60 (1), 279-289, 2012
Calibrating the BOLD response without administering gases: comparison of hypercapnia calibration with calibration using an asymmetric spin echo
NP Blockley, VEM Griffeth, AB Simon, DJ Dubowitz, RB Buxton
Neuroimage 104, 423-429, 2015
An analysis of the use of hyperoxia for measuring venous cerebral blood volume: comparison of the existing method with a new analysis approach
NP Blockley, VEM Griffeth, MA Germuska, DP Bulte, RB Buxton
Neuroimage 72, 33-40, 2013
A streamlined acquisition for mapping baseline brain oxygenation using quantitative BOLD
AJ Stone, NP Blockley
Neuroimage 147, 79-88, 2017
Quantitative CEST imaging of amide proton transfer in acute ischaemic stroke
Y Msayib, GWJ Harston, YK Tee, F Sheerin, NP Blockley, TW Okell, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 23, 101833, 2019
The change in cerebrovascular reactivity between 3 T and 7 T measured using graded hypercapnia
I Driver, N Blockley, J Fisher, S Francis, P Gowland
Neuroimage 51 (1), 274-279, 2010
Measurement of oxygen extraction fraction (OEF): An optimized BOLD signal model for use with hypercapnic and hyperoxic calibration
A Merola, K Murphy, AJ Stone, MA Germuska, VEM Griffeth, NP Blockley, ...
Neuroimage 129, 159-174, 2016
Sources of systematic error in calibrated BOLD based mapping of baseline oxygen extraction fraction
NP Blockley, VEM Griffeth, AJ Stone, HV Hare, DP Bulte
NeuroImage 122, 105-113, 2015
A new functional MRI approach for investigating modulations of brain oxygen metabolism
VEM Griffeth, NP Blockley, AB Simon, RB Buxton
PLoS One 8 (6), e68122, 2013
Multiparametric measurement of cerebral physiology using calibrated fMRI
MG Bright, PL Croal, NP Blockley, DP Bulte
Neuroimage 187, 128-144, 2019
Perturbation of the BOLD response by a contrast agent and interpretation through a modified balloon model
NP Blockley, ST Francis, PA Gowland
Neuroimage 48 (1), 84-93, 2009
Improving the specificity of R2′ to the deoxyhaemoglobin content of brain tissue: prospective correction of macroscopic magnetic field gradients
NP Blockley, AJ Stone
Neuroimage 135, 253-260, 2016
Measuring venous blood volume changes during activation using hyperoxia
NP Blockley, ID Driver, JA Fisher, ST Francis, PA Gowland
Neuroimage 59 (4), 3266-3274, 2012
Rapid cerebrovascular reactivity mapping: Enabling vascular reactivity information to be routinely acquired
NP Blockley, JW Harkin, DP Bulte
Neuroimage 159, 214-223, 2017
Gas-free calibrated fMRI with a correction for vessel-size sensitivity
AJL Berman, EL Mazerolle, ME MacDonald, NP Blockley, WM Luh, ...
Neuroimage 169, 176-188, 2018
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