PUBLICATIONS

  1. Walvick, R.P., et al., Evaluation of oxygen sensitivity of hyperpolarized helium imaging for the detection of pulmonary ischemia. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2015.
  2. Lui, J.K., et al., Linking Ventilation Heterogeneity Quantified via Hyperpolarized 3He MRI to Dynamic Lung Mechanics and Airway Hyperresponsiveness. PloS one, 2015. 10(11).
  3. Kruger, S.J., et al., Functional imaging of the lungs with gas agents. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2015.
  4. Couch, M.J., et al., Hyperpolarized and Inert Gas MRI: The Future. Molecular Imaging and Biology, 2015. 17(2): p. 149-162.
  5. Ball, I., et al., Can Inert Fluorinated Gas Mri Provide Meaningful Functional Lung Information Similar To Hyperpolarized 3he Mri? 2015.
  6. ALBERT, M.S., Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain using Hyperpolarized 129Xe. Hyperpolarized Xenon-129 Magnetic Resonance: Concepts, Production, Techniques and Applications, 2015. 4: p. 407.
  7. Ouriadov, A.V., et al., In vivo regional ventilation mapping using fluorinated gas MRI with an x‐centric FGRE method. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2014.
  8. O’Sullivan, B., et al., Assessment of Repeatability of Hyperpolarized Gas MR Ventilation Functional Imaging in Cystic Fibrosis. Academic radiology, 2014. 21(12): p. 1524-1529.
  9. Liu, Z., et al., Pulmonary hyperpolarized noble gas MRI: recent advances and perspectives in clinical application. European journal of radiology, 2014. 83(7): p. 1282-1291.
  10. Couch, M.J., et al., Optimized Strategies for 19F MRI of Human Lungs and Comparison of UTE and Gradient Echo Imaging. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2014. 22: p. 0777.
  11. Couch, M.J., et al., Inert fluorinated gas MRI: a new pulmonary imaging modality. NMR in Biomedicine, 2014. 27(12): p. 1525-1534.
  12. Couch, M.J., et al., Gravitational Distribution Gradient of Inert Fluorinated Gases in Human Lungs Using 19F Ultra-Short Echo Time MRI. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 2014. 22: p. 2304.
  13. Zheng, S. and M. Albert, Relaxation-corrected ecg-triggering and navigator-gating technique. 2013, US Patent App. 14/066,855.
  14. Sun, Y., et al., “Ventilatory alternans”: A left–right alternation of inspiratory airflow in humans. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology, 2013. 185(2): p. 468-471.
  15. Parameswaran, H., et al., Quantification Of Ventilation Heterogeneity From Hyperpolarized 3he Mri: Relationship To Airway Hyperresponsiveness In Asthmatics. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2013. 187: p. A3742.
  16. Lui, J.K., et al., Semiautomatic Segmentation of Ventilated Airspaces in Healthy and Asthmatic Subjects Using Hyperpolarized MRI. Computational and mathematical methods in medicine, 2013. 2013.
  17. Couch, M.J., et al., Pulmonary ultrashort echo time 19F MR imaging with inhaled fluorinated gas mixtures in healthy volunteers: feasibility. Radiology, 2013. 269(3): p. 903-909.
  18. Bérubé, M., et al., Impact of a preventive programme on the occurrence of incidents during the transport of critically ill patients. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing, 2013. 29(1): p. 9-19.
  19. Ball, I., et al., 19f Ultra-Short Echo Time Mri Of Human Lungs Using Inert Fluorinated Gases. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2013. 187: p. A6108.
  20. Zhou, X., et al., MRI of stroke using hyperpolarized 129Xe. NMR in Biomedicine, 2011. 24(2): p. 170-175.
  21. Sun, Y., et al., Using hyperpolarized 3He MRI to evaluate treatment efficacy in cystic fibrosis patients. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2011. 34(5): p. 1206-1211.
  22. Mazzanti, M.L., et al., Distribution of hyperpolarized xenon in the brain following sensory stimulation: preliminary MRI findings. PloS one, 2011. 6(7): p. e21607.
  23. Allen, A.M., et al., Can Hyperpolarized Helium MRI add to radiation planning and follow-up in lung cancer? Journal of Applied Clinical Medical Physics, 2011. 12(2).
  24. Zhou, X., et al., Polycystic kidney disease evaluation by magnetic resonance imaging in ischemia-reperfusion injured PKD1 knockout mouse model: comparison of T2-weighted FSE and true-FISP. Investigative radiology, 2010. 45(1): p. 24-28.
  25. Sun, Y., et al., Erratum: Quantification of water diffusion and relaxation times of human U87 tumors in a mouse model. NMR in Biomedicine, 2010. 23(2): p. 218-218.
  26. Walvick, R.P., et al. Hyperpolarized 129Xe magnetic resonance imaging of a rat model of transient Ischemic Stroke. in SPIE Medical Imaging. 2009. International Society for Optics and Photonics.
  27. Tzeng, Y.-S., K. Lutchen, and M. Albert, The difference in ventilation heterogeneity between asthmatic and healthy subjects quantified using hyperpolarized 3He MRI. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009. 106(3): p. 813-822.
  28. Tan, T., M. Albert, and Y. Sun, The N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor in Cerebral Ischemia. North American Journal of Medicine and Science Jan, 2009. 2(1): p. 9.
  29. Sun, Y., et al., Distinguishing asthmatics from healthy subjects using hyperpolarized 3He MRI. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 2009. 179: p. A5582.
  30. Sun, Y., et al., Marked pericardial inhomogeneity of specific ventilation at total lung capacity and beyond. Respiratory physiology & neurobiology, 2009. 169(1): p. 44-49.
  31. Sun, Y. and M.S. Albert, MRI of autistic brain structure and function. North American Journal of Medicine and Science Apr, 2009. 2(2): p. 45.
  32. Mullally, W., et al., Explaining clustered ventilation defects via a minimal number of airway closure locations. Annals of biomedical engineering, 2009. 37(2): p. 286-300.
  33. Matsuoka, S., et al., Hyperpolarized gas MR imaging of the lung: current status as a research tool. Journal of thoracic imaging, 2009. 24(3): p. 181-188.
  34. Lui, J., et al. Statistically Robust and Semiautomatic Quantification of Ventilation from Static Hyperpolarized 3He MRI: Application to Asthma. in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE. 2009. AMER THORACIC SOC 61 BROADWAY, FL 4, NEW YORK, NY 10006 USA.
  35. Lee, E.Y., et al., Hyperpolarized 3He MR imaging of the lung: normal range of ventilation defects and PFT correlation in young adults. Journal of thoracic imaging, 2009. 24(2): p. 110-114.
  36. Jin, G., et al., High altitude disease: consequences of genetic and environmental interactions. North American Journal of Medicine and Science, 2009. 2(3): p. 74-80.
  37. Campana, L., et al., Probing airway conditions governing ventilation defects in asthma via hyperpolarized MRI image functional modeling. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009. 106(4): p. 1293-1300.
  38. Zhou, X., et al., Reinvestigating hyperpolarized relaxation time in the rat brain Xe-129 longitudinal with noise considerations. NMR IN BIOMEDICINE, 2008. 21(3): p. 217-225.
  39. Zhou, X., et al., Reinvestigating hyperpolarized 129Xe longitudinal relaxation time in the rat brain with noise considerations. NMR in Biomedicine, 2008. 21(3): p. 217-225.
  40. Zhou, X., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging of the response of a mouse model of non-small cell lung cancer to tyrosine kinase inhibitor treatment. Comparative medicine, 2008. 58(3): p. 276.
  41. Tzeng, Y.-S., et al., Investigation of hyperpolarized 3he mri utility in examining human airway diameter behavior in asthma through comparison with high-resolution computed tomography. Academic radiology, 2008. 15(6): p. 799.
  42. Tzeng, Y.-S., et al., Investigation of hyperpolarized 3 He magnetic resonance imaging utility in examining human airway diameter behavior in asthma through comparison with high-resolution computed tomography. Academic radiology, 2008. 15(6): p. 799-808.
  43. Sun, Y., et al., [abstract] VENTILATORY ALTERNANS IN THE AIRWAYS OF COMPETITIVE BREATH-HOLD DIVERS EVALUATED WITH HYPERPOLARIZED HELIUM MRI. 2008.
  44. Sun, Y., et al., VENTILATORY ALTERNANS IN THE AIRWAYS OF COMPETITIVE BREATH-HOLD DIVERS EVALUATED WITH HYPERPOLARIZED HELIUM MRI. Undersea Hyperb Med, 2008. 35(4).
  45. Heijmen, B., et al., Assessment of the Clinical Accuracy of Real-time Respiratory Motion Tracking by Analysis of Log Files. International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics, 2008. 72(1): p. S626-S627.
  46. Allen, A., et al., Hyperpolarized Helium MRI and the Importance of Ventilation Tumor Volumes (VTVs) before and after RT for Non-small Cell Lung Cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics, 2008. 72(1): p. S626.
  47. Tzeng, Y.S., et al., Comparison of airway diameter measurements from an anthropomorphic airway tree phantom using hyperpolarized 3He MRI and high‐resolution computed tomography. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2007. 58(3): p. 636-642.
  48. Ji, H., et al., Mutations in BRAF and KRAS converge on activation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway in lung cancer mouse models. Cancer Research, 2007. 67(10): p. 4933-4939.
  49. Tzeng, Y.-S., et al., Measurement of the internal diameter of plastic tubes from projection MR images using a model-based least-squares fit approach. Medical physics, 2006. 33(6): p. 1643.
  50. Mullally, W., et al., Personalized Airway Trees from a Generative Model, Lung Atlas, and Hyperpolarized Helium MRI. From Statistical Atlases to Personalized Models: Understanding Complex Diseases in Populations and Individuals, MICCAI 2006 Workshop Proceedings, edited by AF Frangi and H. Delingette. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2006.
  51. Lewis, T.A., et al., Quantification of airway diameters and 3D airway tree rendering from dynamic hyperpolarized 3He magnetic resonance imaging. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2005. 53(2): p. 474-478.
  52. Lee, L., et al., Efficacy of a rapamycin analog (CCI‐779) and IFN‐γ in tuberous sclerosis mouse models. Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer, 2005. 42(3): p. 213-227.
  53. Albert, M.S., D. Balamore, and A.K. Venkatesh, Low-field MRI. 2005, US Patent 6,845,262.
  54. Sun, Y., et al., Perfusion MRI of U87 brain tumors in a mouse model. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 2004. 51(5): p. 893-899.
  55. Sun, Y., et al., Quantification of water diffusion and relaxation times of human U87 tumors in a mouse model. NMR in Biomedicine, 2004. 17(6): p. 399-404.
  56. Schmidt, K.F., et al., Volume reconstruction techniques improve the correlation between histological and in vivo tumor volume measurements in mouse models of human gliomas. Journal of neuro-oncology, 2004. 68(3): p. 207-215.
  57. Mochizuki, S., et al., 3D GAS FLOW VISUALIZATION IN OXYGENATOR OF HEART LUNG MACHINE WITH HYPERPOLARIZED 3He GAS MRI. ASAIO Journal, 2004. 50(2): p. 156.
  58. Mazzanti, M., et al., Functional brain imaging using hyperpolarized 129Xe. Proc. ISMRM, 11th Annual Meeting, 2004: p. 768.
  59. Venkatesh, A.K., et al., MRI of the lung gas-space at very low-field using hyperpolarized noble gases. Magnetic resonance imaging, 2003. 21(7): p. 773-776.
  60. Tooker, A.C., et al., Distal Airways in Humans: Dynamic Hyperpolarized 3He MR Imaging—Feasibility 1. Radiology, 2003. 227(2): p. 575-579.
  61. Lewis, T., et al., Visualization of metacholine-induced airway constriction using hyperpolarized 3He. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Toronto, Canada, 2003.
  62. Venkatesh, A.K., et al., Hyperpolarized 129 Xe MRI Using Gas-Filled Liposomes. Academic radiology, 2002. 9(1): p. S270-S274.
  63. Venkatesh, A., M.S. Albert, and J.J. Spiegelman, Method and apparatus for delivering and recovering gasses. 2002, US Patent 6,471,747.
  64. Sun, Y., et al., REPORTS-Laboratory Investigations-Magnetic Resonance Imaging Assessment of a Murine Model of Recessive Polycystic Kidney Disease-The authors describe non-invasive assessment of murine. Comparative Medicine-American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 2002. 52(5): p. 433-438.
  65. Sun, Y., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging assessment of a murine model of recessive polycystic kidney disease. Comparative medicine, 2002. 52(5): p. 433-438.
  66. McKinstry, E., et al. Airway imaging in humans using hyperpolarized helium-3 MRI. in Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 2002. 24th Annual Conference and the Annual Fall Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society EMBS/BMES Conference, 2002. Proceedings of the Second Joint. 2002. IEEE.
  67. Ley, L., et al., PART A. 2002.
  68. Albert, M.S., A.K. Venkatesh, and C.F. Ward III, Method and apparatus for delivering a measured of a gas. 2002, US Patent 6,467,479.
  69. Zhao, L., et al., Signal-to-noise ratio comparison of encoding methods for hyperpolarized noble gas MRI. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2001. 148(2): p. 314-326.
  70. Venkatesh, A.K., et al., Using dynamic hyperpolarized xenon MR to measure brain perfusion. Proceeding of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2001. 9: p. 951.
  71. Hong, K., et al. Brain perfusion measurement using dynamic hyperpolarized xenon MR. in RADIOLOGY. 2001. RADIOLOGICAL SOC NORTH AMERICA 820 JORIE BLVD, OAK BROOK, IL 60523 USA.
  72. Albert, M.S., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging using Hyperpolarized noble gases. 2001, US Patent 6,241,966.
  73. Venkatesh, A.K., et al., Evaluation of carrier agents for hyperpolarized xenon MRI. NMR in Biomedicine, 2000. 13(4): p. 245-252.
  74. Sun, Y., et al., Simultaneous measurements of temperature and pH in vivo using NMR in conjunction with TmDOTP5−. NMR in biomedicine, 2000. 13(8): p. 460-466.
  75. Ramirez, M.P., et al., Physiological response of rats to delivery of helium and xenon: implications for hyperpolarized noble gas imaging. NMR in biomedicine, 2000. 13(4): p. 253-264.
  76. Ramirez, M., et al., Special Issue: Hyperpolarized Gases in MRI-Physiological response of rats to delivery of helium and xenon: Implications for hyperpolarized noble gas imaging. NMR in Biomedicine, 2000. 13(4): p. 253-264.
  77. Albert, M.S., et al., Hyperpolarized 129Xe T1 in oxygenated and deoxygenated blood. NMR in Biomedicine, 2000. 13(7): p. 407-414.
  78. Albert, M.S., et al., Using noble gas isotopes having nuclear spin, preferably xenon-129 and/or helium-3. 2000, US Patent 6,123,919.
  79. Zhao, L., et al. A new dynamic adaptive hyperpolarized noble gas magnetic resonance imaging technique. in [Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 1999. 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meetring of the Biomedical Engineering Society] BMES/EMBS Conference, 1999. Proceedings of the First Joint. 1999. IEEE.
  80. Venkatesh, A., et al. Hyperpolarized gas imaging with a simple programmable gas delivery system. in [Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 1999. 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meetring of the Biomedical Engineering Society] BMES/EMBS Conference, 1999. Proceedings of the First Joint. 1999. IEEE.
  81. Venkatesh1, et al., Using Carrier-Agents in Live Rats to Deliver Hyperpolarized 129Xe. 1999.
  82. Hatabu, H., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging of the thorax: past, present, and future. Clinics in chest medicine, 1999. 20(4): p. 775-803.
  83. Albert, M.S., et al., T 1 of 129 Xe in blood and the role of oxygenation. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 1999. 140(1): p. 264-273.
  84. Albert, M.S., et al., Resolving the conflict over the T 1 values of 129 Xe in blood. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Philadelphia, PA, 1999: p. 318.
  85. Albert, M.S. Dynamic functional lung MRI using hyperpolarized gases. in [Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 1999. 21st Annual Conference and the 1999 Annual Fall Meetring of the Biomedical Engineering Society] BMES/EMBS Conference, 1999. Proceedings of the First Joint. 1999. IEEE.
  86. Albert, M., L. Zhao, and L. Panych, Fast dynamic MRI using hyperpolarized noble gases. Proceedings of International Symposium for Ultrafast MRI, 1999.
  87. Zhao, L., et al., Vascular infusion of hyperpolarized 129Xe for MRI. Proc ISMRM, 6th Annual Meeting, 1998. 1908.
  88. Zhao, L. and M.S. Albert, Biomedical imaging using hyperpolarized noble gas MRI: pulse sequence considerations. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 1998. 402(2): p. 454-460.
  89. Lei, Z. and M. Albert, Biomedical imaging using hyperpolarized noble gas MRI: Pulse sequence considerations. 1998.
  90. Albert, M. and D. Balamore, Development of hyperpolarized noble gas MRI. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 1998. 402(2): p. 441-453.
  91. Zhao, L., et al., Hyperpolarized 129Xe T2 and diffusion measurements for fast spin-echo MRI. Magn. Reson. Med, 1997. 37: p. 809.
  92. Zhao, L., et al. Optimization of RF pulses for hyperpolarized noble gas MRI: the variable flip angle approach. in Proceedings of the Fifth Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, Canada, 1997, p. 2106. 1997.
  93. Zhao, L., et al. Multiple echo techniques for hyperpolarized Noble Gas MRI. in Proceedings of the Fifth Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, Canada, 1997, p. 305. 1997.
  94. Kacher, D., et al. Projection-reconstruction imaging with hyperpolarized 129Xe. in Proceedings of the Fifth Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vancouver, Canada, 1997, p. 2112. 1997.
  95. Zhao, L., et al., Gradient-echo imaging considerations for hyperpolarized 129 Xe MR. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B, 1996. 113(2): p. 179-183.
  96. Tseng, C., et al. Biological Studies with Laser-Polarized^ 129Xe. in APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Meeting Abstracts. 1996.
  97. Sakai, K., et al., Temporal dynamics of hyperpolarized 129 Xe resonances in living rats. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B, 1996. 111(3): p. 300-304.
  98. Peled, S., et al., Determinants of tissue delivery for 129Xe magnetic resonance in humans. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 1996. 36(3): p. 340-344.
  99. Albert, M.S., et al., Magnetic resonance imaging using hyperpolarized noble gases. 1996, US Patent 5,545,396.
  100. Albert, M., et al. Demonstration of Hyperpolarized 129Xe MR Imaging (HypX-MRI) of the Human Oral Cavity. in Proceedings of the Fourth Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY, 1996, p. 1356. 1996.
  101. Albert, M., et al., Hyperpolarized 129 Xe MR imaging of the oral cavity. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series B, 1996. 111(2): p. 204-207.
  102. Albert, M., et al. Hyperpolarized 129Xe lifetimes in blood. in Proceedings of the Fourth Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, New York, NY, 1996, p. 1357. 1996.
  103. Peled, S., et al. Calculation of Spin-Exchange Polarized 129Xe Uptake in Tissue for MR Applications. in Proceedings of the Third Scientific Meeting of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 1995, p. 1192. 1995.
  104. Albert, M.S., V.D. Schepkin, and T.F. Budinger, Measurement of 129Xe T1 in blood to explore the feasibility of hyperpolarized 129Xe MRI. Journal of computer assisted tomography, 1995. 19(6): p. 975-978.
  105. Albert, M., et al., NPG library. Nature, 1994. 370: p. 199-201.
  106. Albert, M., et al., Biological magnetic resonance imaging using laser-polarized 129Xe. 1994.
  107. Driehuys, B., et al., Spin transfer between laser-polarized 129 Xe nuclei and surface protons. Physics Letters A, 1993. 184(1): p. 88-92.
  108. Albert, M.S., et al., Aqueous shift reagents for high‐resolution cation NMR. VI. Titration curves for in vivo23Na and 1H2O MRS obtained from rat blood. NMR in Biomedicine, 1993. 6(1): p. 7-20.
  109. Albert, M.S., et al., Susceptibility changes following bolus injections. Magnetic resonance in medicine, 1993. 29(5): p. 700-708.
  110. Albert, M.S., Biomedical MR studies using¹ H₂ O,²³ Na, and the invention of spin-polarized¹²⁹ Xe imaging. 1993, State University of New York at Stony Brook.
  111. Tzeng, Y., et al., Quantification of ventilation heterogeneity from hyperpolarized 3He MR images using coefficient of variation. Proc. Intl. Soc. Mag. Reson. Med, 1826. 13: p. 2005.
  112. Zhou, X., et al., Optimum Ventilation Mixture Ratio for Maximizing Hyperpolarized 129Xe MR Brain Signal.
  113. Zhou, X., et al., Improved Determination of Hyperpolarized 129Xe T1 in the Rat Brain.
  114. Venkatesh, A.K., et al., Hyperpolarized noble gas imaging using a simple programmable gas delivery system.
  115. Tzeng, Y., et al., Comparison of Airway Diameter Measurements from an Anthropomorphic Airway Tree Model Imaged Using Hyperpolarized 3He MRI and Multidetector CT.
  116. Nagarajan, R., et al., 2D MRS COMBINED WITH PROFIT ALGORITHM IS SENSITIVE TO HCV ASSOCIATED CEREBROMETABOLIC ABNORMALITIES.
  117. Lewis, T., et al., Hyperpolarized 3He Imaging of Human Respiratory Airways and Quantification of Airway Diameters.
  118. Kenyon, J., et al., Image Functional Modeling (IFM) using Hyperpolarized Helium MRI.
  119. Fox, M., et al., Detection Of Inflammation In An LPS-Instilled Rat Model Using Inert Fluorinated Gas Mri.
  120. Couch, M.J., et al., Assessment of Repeatability of Hyperpolarized Gas MR Ventilation Imaging in Cystic Fibrosis Patients.
  121. Couch, M., et al., Correlation Between Hyperpolarized ³he Mr Measurements Of Ventilation Defect Percentage And Body Mass Index. future. 2: p. 2.
  122. Chen, J., et al., Development of a very low field system for hyperpolarized noble gas MRI.
  123. Ball, I.K., et al., 19F Apparent Diffusion Coefficient MRI of Inert Fluorinated Gases in Human Lungs.
  124. Albert, M.S., Hyperpolarized Helium MRI of Asthma.
  125. Albert, M.S., Airway Disease: Hyperpolarized Gas MRI. Conf. Proc., ISMRM-98: p. 413.
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