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Harnessing medically relevant metals onto water-soluble subphthalocyanines : towards bimodal imaging and theranostics

(2015) DALTON TRANSACTIONS. 44(7). p.3200-3208
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Subphthalocyanine (SubPc), a putative fluorophore for optical imaging (OI), was conjugated to chelating ligands (DOTA, DTPA) affording water-soluble conjugates complexed with (non-radioactive) metals relevant to the following medical imaging techniques/therapies: MRI (Gd), PET (Cu, Ga), SPECT (In, Ga, Lu), RIT (Cu, Lu, Y), and NCT (Gd). Magneto-optical properties of ditopic gadolinium species (and optical properties of other metal containing species) were examined (brightness (epsilon x Phi(F)) and relaxivity R-1) and fluorescence confocal/biphoton microscopy studies were conducted.
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SUBSTITUTED SUBPHTHALOCYANINES, PHOTODYNAMIC ACTIVITY, CONTRAST AGENTS, DRUG DISCOVERY, DERIVATIVES, RADIOIMMUNOTHERAPY, PHTHALOCYANINES, STABILITY, BORON, MRI

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Bernhard, Yann, Pascale Winckler, Jean-Marie Perrier-Cornet, and Richard A Decréau. 2015. “Harnessing Medically Relevant Metals onto Water-soluble Subphthalocyanines : Towards Bimodal Imaging and Theranostics.” Dalton Transactions 44 (7): 3200–3208.
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Bernhard, Y., Winckler, P., Perrier-Cornet, J.-M., & Decréau, R. A. (2015). Harnessing medically relevant metals onto water-soluble subphthalocyanines : towards bimodal imaging and theranostics. DALTON TRANSACTIONS, 44(7), 3200–3208.
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Bernhard Y, Winckler P, Perrier-Cornet J-M, Decréau RA. Harnessing medically relevant metals onto water-soluble subphthalocyanines : towards bimodal imaging and theranostics. DALTON TRANSACTIONS. 2015;44(7):3200–8.
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Bernhard, Yann et al. “Harnessing Medically Relevant Metals onto Water-soluble Subphthalocyanines : Towards Bimodal Imaging and Theranostics.” DALTON TRANSACTIONS 44.7 (2015): 3200–3208. Print.
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  abstract     = {Subphthalocyanine (SubPc), a putative fluorophore for optical imaging (OI), was conjugated to chelating ligands (DOTA, DTPA) affording water-soluble conjugates complexed with (non-radioactive) metals relevant to the following medical imaging techniques/therapies: MRI (Gd), PET (Cu, Ga), SPECT (In, Ga, Lu), RIT (Cu, Lu, Y), and NCT (Gd). Magneto-optical properties of ditopic gadolinium species (and optical properties of other metal containing species) were examined (brightness (epsilon x Phi(F)) and relaxivity R-1) and fluorescence confocal/biphoton microscopy studies were conducted.},
  author       = {Bernhard, Yann and Winckler, Pascale and Perrier-Cornet, Jean-Marie and Decr{\'e}au, Richard A},
  issn         = {1477-9226},
  journal      = {DALTON TRANSACTIONS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {3200--3208},
  title        = {Harnessing medically relevant metals onto water-soluble subphthalocyanines : towards bimodal imaging and theranostics},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c4dt03536d},
  volume       = {44},
  year         = {2015},
}

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