31P and 23Na NMR studies of the structure and lability of the sodium shift reagent, bis(tripolyphosphate)dysprosium(III) ([Dy(P3O10)]7-) ion, and its decomposition in the presence of rat muscle.

Abstract

The 31P NMR of aqueous [Dy(P3O10)2]7- demonstrates that it is in slow exchange with P3O5-10 on the NMR time scale. In the presence of tissue, [Dy(P3O10)2]7- decomposes to PO4 with an accompanying slow change of the tissue 23Na NMR of extracellular Na+ ion in several NMR distinguishable extracellular sites. 

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@article{Matwiyoff198631PA2, title={31P and 23Na NMR studies of the structure and lability of the sodium shift reagent, bis(tripolyphosphate)dysprosium(III) ([Dy(P3O10)]7-) ion, and its decomposition in the presence of rat muscle.}, author={N A. Matwiyoff and Charles Gasparovic and R. E. Wenk and J. D. Wicks and A. Rath}, journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine}, year={1986}, volume={3 1}, pages={164-8} }