NMR of hyperpolarised probes.

@article{Witte2013NMROH,
  title={NMR of hyperpolarised probes.},
  author={Christopher Witte and Leif Schr{\"o}der},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={2013},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={
          788-802
        }
}
Increasing the sensitivity of NMR experiments is an ongoing field of research to help realise the exquisite molecular specificity of this technique. Hyperpolarisation of various nuclei is a powerful approach that enables the use of NMR for molecular and cellular imaging. Substantial progress has been achieved over recent years in terms of both tracer preparation and detection schemes. This review summarises recent developments in probe design and optimised signal encoding, and promising results… CONTINUE READING

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