Labeling cells for in vivo tracking using (19)F MRI.

@article{Srinivas2012LabelingCF,
  title={Labeling cells for in vivo tracking using (19)F MRI.},
  author={Mangala Srinivas and Philipp Boehm-Sturm and Carl G. Figdor and I Jolanda M de Vries and Mathias Hoehn},
  journal={Biomaterials},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 34},
  pages={8830-40}
}
Noninvasive in vivo cell tracking is crucial to fully understand the function of mobile and/or transplanted cells, particularly immune cells and cellular therapeutics. (19)F MRI for cell tracking has several advantages; chief among them are its noninvasive nature which allows longitudinal data acquisition, use of a stable, non-radioactive isotope permitting long-term tracking, the absence of confounding endogenous signal, and the ability to quantify cell numbers from image data. However… CONTINUE READING
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