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The Chemistry of Contrast Agents in Medical Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Contributors. Preface. Physical Principles of Medical Imaging by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (S. Mansson and A. Bjornerud). Relaxivity of Gadolinium (III) Complexes: Theory and Mechanism (E. Toth, etExpand
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Relaxivity of MRI Contrast Agents
In the recent years Magnetic Resonance Imaging has evolved into one of the most powerful diagnostic techniques in medicine, in part thanks to the application of suitable contrast agents. The designExpand
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Output of Neurogliaform Cells to Various Neuron Types in the Human and Rat Cerebral Cortex
Neurogliaform cells in the rat elicit combined GABAA and GABAB receptor-mediated postsynaptic responses on cortical pyramidal cells and establish electrical synapses with various interneuron types.Expand
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Relaxivity of gadolinium (III) complexes: theory and mechanism
Keywords: MRI contrast agnet gadolinium NMR relaxation Reference EPFL-CHAPTER-191350doi:10.1002/9781118503652.ch2 Record created on 2013-12-19, modified on 2017-11-05
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Pyridine-based lanthanide complexes combining MRI and NIR luminescence activities.
A series of novel triazole derivative pyridine-based polyamino-polycarboxylate ligands has been synthesized for lanthanide complexation. This versatile platform of chelating agents combinesExpand
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Kinetics of Ga(NOTA) formation from weak Ga-citrate complexes.
Gallium complexes are gaining increasing importance in biomedical imaging thanks to the practical advantages of the (68)Ga isotope in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) applications. (68)Ga has aExpand
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MRI sensing of neurotransmitters with a crown ether appended Gd(3+) complex.
Molecular magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) approaches that detect biomarkers associated with neural activity would allow more direct observation of brain function than current functional MRI based onExpand
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Gadolinium‐based linear polymer with temperature‐independent proton relaxivities: a unique interplay between the water exchange and rotational contributions
Macromolecular complexes of Gd(III) chelates are widely investigated as MRI contrast agents. In addition to the potential increase in relaxivity, they have a further advantage over the Gd(III)Expand
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Variable-temperature (at 4.7 and 9.4 T) and variable-pressure (9.4 T) 17O nuclear relaxation rates were measured for the Eu(II) aqua ion. Variable-temperature 1H nuclear magnetic relaxationExpand
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Stabilizing divalent europium in aqueous solution using size-discrimination and electrostatic effects.
We report two macrocyclic ligands containing a 1,10-diaza-18-crown-6 fragment functionalized with either two picolinamide pendant arms (bpa18c6) or one picolinamide and one picolinate armExpand
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