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Lipid‐based nanoparticles for contrast‐enhanced MRI and molecular imaging
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An overview of different lipidic nanoparticles for use in MRI is given, with the main emphasis on Gd–based contrast agents. Expand
Quantum dots with a paramagnetic coating as a bimodal molecular imaging probe.
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The bimodal character, the high relaxivity, and the specificity of this nanoparticulate probe make it an excellent contrast agent for molecular imaging purposes. Expand
Role of ischemia and deformation in the onset of compression-induced deep tissue injury: MRI-based studies in a rat model.
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It was concluded that the large deformations, in conjunction with ischemia, provided the main trigger for irreversible muscle damage. Expand
Dynamic MRS and MRI of skeletal muscle function and biomechanics
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This review focuses on 31P, 1H and 13C MR spectroscopy for assessment of the dynamics of muscle metabolism and on dynamic 1H MRI methods for non‐invasive measurement of the biomechanical and functional properties of skeletal muscle. Expand
Paramagnetic lipid-coated silica nanoparticles with a fluorescent quantum dot core: a new contrast agent platform for multimodality imaging.
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The lipid-coated silica particles introduced here represent a new platform for nanoparticulate multimodality contrast agents and demonstrate their specific uptake by endothelial cells in vitro using fluorescence microscopy, quantitative fluorescence imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging. Expand
DTI of human skeletal muscle: the effects of diffusion encoding parameters, signal‐to‐noise ratio and T2 on tensor indices and fiber tracts
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It is concluded that accurate DTI of skeletal muscle requires an SNR of at least 25, a b value of between 400 and 500 s/mm2, and data acquired with at least 12 diffusion gradient directions homogeneously distributed on half a sphere. Expand
Diffusion tensor imaging of left ventricular remodeling in response to myocardial infarction in the mouse
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DTI provides a valuable non‐destructive tool for characterizing structural remodeling in diseased myocardium using diffusion tensor imaging in a mouse model of myocardial infarction. Expand
Determination of mouse skeletal muscle architecture using three‐dimensional diffusion tensor imaging
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3D DT acquisition and fiber tracking is feasible for the skeletal muscle of mice, and thus enables the quantitative determination of muscle architecture, which is in agreement with values obtained previously with the use of invasive methods. Expand
Chitosan-based systems for molecular imaging.
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The present review will discuss the strengths, limitations and challenges of molecular Imaging as well as applications of chitosan nanoparticles in the field of molecular imaging. Expand
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