Magnetic resonance of a dextran-coated magnetic fluid intravenously administered in mice.

@article{Lacava2001MagneticRO,
  title={Magnetic resonance of a dextran-coated magnetic fluid intravenously administered in mice.},
  author={L M Lacava and Zulmira Guerrero Marques Lacava and M. F. da Silva and Osni Silva and Sacha Braun Chaves and Ricardo Bentes de Azevedo and Fernando Pelegrini and C. Gansau and N. Buske and Domagoj Sabolovic and Paulo C{\'e}sar de Morais},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={2483-6}
}
Magnetic resonance was used to investigate the kinetic disposition of magnetite nanoparticles (9.4 nm core diameter) from the blood circulation after intravenous injection of magnetite-based dextran-coated magnetic fluid in female Swiss mice. In the first 60 min the time-decay of the nanoparticle concentration in the blood circulation follows the one-exponential (one-compartment) model with a half-life of (6.9 +/- 0.7) min. The X-band spectra show a broad single line at g approximately 2… CONTINUE READING
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