Contrast Agents for MRI: Experimental Methods (New Developments in NMR)

Contrast Agents for MRI: Experimental Methods (New Developments in NMR)

By: Matthew J. Allen (editor), Lothar Helm (contributor), Sophie Laurent (contributor), Zoltan Kovacs (contributor), William S. Price (editor_in_chief), Bruce Balcom (series_editor)Hardback

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As a practical reference guide for designing and performing experiments, this book focuses on the five most common classes of contrast agents for MRI namely gadolinium complexes, chemical exchange saturation transfer agents, iron oxide nanoparticles, manganese complexes and fluorine contrast agents. It describes how to characterize and evaluate them and for each class, a description of the theory behind their mechanisms is discussed briefly to orient the new reader. Detailed subchapters discuss the different physical chemistry methods used to characterize them in terms of their efficacy, safety and in vivo behavior. Important consideration is also given to the different physical properties that affect the performance of the contrast agents. The editors and contributors are at the forefront of research in the field of MRI contrast agents and this unique, cutting edge book is a timely addition to the literature in this area.


General synthetic and physical methods; Gadolinium-based contrast agents; Chemical exchange saturation transfer (CEST) contrast agents; Iron oxide nanoparticle-based contrast agents; Transition metal-based T1 contrast agents; Fluorine-based contrast agents; Standard biological and in vivo methods

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  • ISBN13: 9781782624479
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 598
  • ID: 9781782624479
  • weight: 1072
  • ISBN10: 1782624473

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