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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    1 results BibTex Tagged Author Title Type Year Filters Author is Witus Leah Suzanne Clear All Filters Journal Article Garimella P Meldrum T Witus LSuzanne Smith M Bajaj V Wemmer DE Francis MB Pines A 2013 Hyperpolarized xenon based molecular sensors for label free detection of analytes Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 164 168 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Search form Search Home Contact Us

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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    Clear All Filters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z P Palaniappan K K Ramirez R M Bajaj V S Wemmer D E Pines A Francis M B 2013 Molecular imaging of cancer cells using a bacteriophage based 129 xe NMR biosensor Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 18 4849 4853 Google

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    D E Pines A Francis M B 2013 Molecular imaging of cancer cells using a bacteriophage based 129 xe NMR biosensor Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 18 4849 4853 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF Schilling F Schroder L Palaniappan K K Zapf S Wemmer D E Pines A 2010 MRI Thermometry Based on Encapsulated Hyperpolarized Xenon Chemphyschem 11 16 3529 3533 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF X Meldrum T Seim

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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    cells using a bacteriophage based 129 xe NMR biosensor Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 18 4849 4853 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF Schilling F Schroder L Palaniappan K K Zapf S Wemmer D E Pines A 2010 MRI Thermometry Based on Encapsulated Hyperpolarized Xenon Chemphyschem 11 16 3529 3533 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF Meldrum T Seim K L Bajaj V S Palaniappan K K Wu W Francis M B

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  • Publications | Pines Lab
    Author is Schilling F Clear All Filters 2010 Schilling F Schroder L Palaniappan K K Zapf S Wemmer D E Pines A 2010 MRI Thermometry Based on Encapsulated Hyperpolarized Xenon Chemphyschem 11 16 3529 3533 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF

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    Tagged PDF Meldrum T Schroder L Denger P Wemmer D E Pines A 2010 Xenon based molecular sensors in lipid suspensions Journal of Magnetic Resonance 205 2 242 246 Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF 2008 Schroder L Chavez L Meldrum T Smith M Lowery T J Wemmer D E Pines A 2008 Temperature controlled molecular depolarization gates in nuclear magnetic resonance Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 23 4316 4320 Google

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  • MRI Thermometry Based on Encapsulated Hyperpolarized Xenon | Pines Lab
    ISBN Number 1439 4235 Accession Number WOS 000285080600023 Keywords xe 129 Abstract A new approach to MRI thermometry using encapsulated hyperpolarized xenon is demonstrated The method is based on the temperature dependent chemical shift of hyperpolarized xenon in a cryptophane A cage This shift is linear with a slope of 029 ppm degrees C 1 which is perceptibly higher than the shift of the proton resonance frequency of water ca 0 01 ppm degrees C 1 that is currently used for MRI thermometry Using spectroscopic imaging techniques we collected temperature maps of a phantom sample that could discriminate by direct NMR detection between temperature differences of 0 1 degrees C at a sensor concentration of 150 mu M Alternatively the xenon in cage chemical shift was determined by indirect detection using saturation transfer techniques Hyper CEST that allow detection of nanomolar agent concentrations Thermometry based on hyperpolarized xenon sensors improves the accuracy of currently available MRI thermometry methods potentially giving rise to biomedical applications of biosensors functionalized for binding to specific target molecules URL Go to ISI WOS 000285080600023 DOI 10 1002 Cphc 201000507 Short Title MRI Thermometry Based on Encapsulated Hyperpolarized Xenon Download Publication Download PDF Google Scholar BibTex

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    Year Filters Author is Stevens T K Clear All Filters A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z S Stevens T K Ramirez R M Pines A 2013 Nanoemulsion contrast agents with sub picomolar sensitivity for xenon NMR Journal of the American Chemical Society Google Scholar BibTex Tagged PDF Facebook LinkedIn Twitter

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