Given that the last major report covering this area was issued a decade and a half ago, a new study seems both appropriate and timely.

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Written responses were received from the following individuals:

Richard Beger, National Center for Toxicological Research

Oscar Bernhal, University of California at Los Angeles

Paul Canfield, Ames Research Center

Walter Chazin, Vanderbilt University

David Cowburn, New York Structural Biology Center

Jack Crow, NHMFL

Kwaku Dayie, Cleveland Clinic Foundation

M. Dolotenko, Russian Federal Nuclear Center

Thomas Erber, Illinois Institute of Technology

Bolzonia Fulvio, IMEM, Italy

Roy Goodrich, Louisiana State University

Jurgen Haase, Leibniz Institute, Dresden

Michael Hall, Texas A&M University

William Halperin, Northwestern University

Bruce Hammer, University of Minnesota

Fritz Herlach, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Seung Hong, Oxford Instruments

Robert Leif, Newport Instruments

Gerard Ludtka, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Gerhard Martinez, Grenoble High Magnetic Field Lab

Andrew Maverick, Louisiana State University

Craig Milling, Magnetic Resonance Microsensors

Martha Morton, University of Connecticut

William Moulton, NHMFL

Jan Musfeldt, University of Tennessee



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