Patrick W Causey

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http://www.jimmunol.org/content/186/7/4396 doi:10.4049/jimmunol.1001620 February 2011; 2011;186;4396-4404; Prepublished online 23 J Immunol Paul R. Thompson and V. Michael Holers Liudmila Kulik, William H. Robinson, William P. Arend, Brandt Levitt, Magdalena Glogowska, Piyanka Chandra, P. Causey, Bryan Knuckley, Kristen N. Cordova, Yuan Luo, Van C. Willis,(More)
A series of mono and diaryl rhenium(I)-carborane derivatives were prepared using microwave heating and screened for their affinity for two isoforms of the estrogen receptor (ER). The rhenacarborane derivative [(RR'C 2B9H9)Re(CO)3](-) (R = p-PhOH, R' = H), which was generated by taking advantage of a recently discovered cage isomerization process, and the(More)
INTRODUCTION Ultrasound (US) contrast agents based on microbubbles (MBs) are being investigated as platforms for drug and gene delivery. A methodology for determining the distribution and fate of modified MBs quantitatively in vivo can be achieved by tagging MBs directly with (99m)Tc. This creates the opportunity to employ dual-modality imaging using both(More)
Microwave heating was used to prepare eta5-rhenium carborane complexes in aqueous reaction media. For carboranes bearing sterically demanding substituents, isomerization of the cage from 3,1,2 to 2,1,8 derivatives occurred concomitantly with complexation. Microwave heating was equally effective at the tracer level using technetium-99m, affording access to a(More)
For over thirty years, instant labeling kits which involve no purification steps have been the only method used to prepare (99m)Tc radiopharmaceuticals for clinical studies. To address the limitations imposed by instant kits, which is hindering the development of molecularly targeted Tc- and Re-based imaging and therapy agents, a new strategy for the rapid(More)
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