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Anion-catalyzed dissolution of NO2 on aqueous microdroplets.
Results resolve outstanding discrepancies between previous measurements in neat water versus NaCl-seeded clouds and provide a general mechanism for the heterogeneous conversion of NO(2)(g) to (NO(3)(-) + HONO) on the surface of aqueous media.
Characterisation of radioiodinated flavonoid derivatives for SPECT imaging of cerebral prion deposits
SPECT/computed tomography imaging and ex vivo autoradiography demonstrated that [123I]SC-OMe showed consistent brain distribution with the presence of PrPSc deposits in the mBSE-infected mice brain, appearing a promising SPECT radioligand for monitoring prion deposit levels in the living brain.
The photoinduced deoxygenation reaction of heterocyclic N-oxides.
The azanaphthalene N-oxides underwent the photochemical deoxygenation reaction in benzene containing BF3-etherate, resulting in the formation of the parent amines in a 70–80% yield. The triplet
Development of Radioiodinated Benzofuran Derivatives for in Vivo Imaging of Prion Deposits in the Brain.
The development of 125I-labeled iodobenzofuran (IBF) derivatives as single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) imaging probes to detect cerebralPrPSc deposits showed prospective binding properties to PrPSc.
Synthesis and Characterization of Hydroxyethylamino- and Pyridyl-Substituted 2-Vinyl Chromone Derivatives for Detection of Cerebral Abnormal Prion Protein Deposits.
Hydroxyethylamino-substituted styrylchromone (SC) and 2-(2-(pyridin-3-yl)vinyl)-4H-chromen-4-one (VPC) derivatives for single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) imaging of PrPSc deposits in the brain exhibited binding affinities to both artificial prion aggregates as well as prion deposits inThe brain.
Title Characterisation of radioiodinated flavonoid derivatives for SPECTimaging of cerebral prion deposits
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