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Irregularly Shaped {\gamma}'-Fe4N Nanoparticles for Hyperthermia Treatment and T2 Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Minimum Dose

  title={Irregularly Shaped \{\gamma\}'-Fe4N Nanoparticles for Hyperthermia Treatment and T2 Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Minimum Dose},
  author={Kai Wu and Jinming Liu and Renata Saha and Bin Ma and Diqing Su and Chaoyi Peng and Jiajia Sun and Jianping Wang},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) have been extensively used in drug/gene delivery, hyperthermia therapy, magnetic particle imaging (MPI), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), magnetic bioassays, etc. With proper surface chemical modifications, physicochemically stable and non-toxic MNPs are emerging contrast agents and tracers for in vivo MRI and MPI applications. Herein, we report the high magnetic moment, irregularly shaped {\gamma}'-Fe4N nanoparticles for enhanced hyperthermia therapy and T2… 

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