Folate grafted Prussian Blue entrapped with gadolinium(III) as a new contrast agent for tumor-targeted magnetic resonant imaging.

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A new generation of magnetic resonant imaging (MRI) contrast agents will simultaneously possess characteristics of high relaxivity, biotargeting ability and nontoxicity, referring that they are helpful to acquire better contrast imaging in the region of interest (e.g., tumors) without health risks. Colloidal Prussian blue with quasi-zeolite structure was… (More)

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