by Herranz, Fernando, Salinas, Beatriz, Groult, Hugo, Pellico, Juan, Lechuga-Vieco, Ana V, Bhavesh, Riju and Ruiz-Cabello, J
Abstract:
The production of magnetic nanoparticles of utmost quality for biomedical imaging requires several steps, from the synthesis of highly crystalline magnetic cores to the attachment of the different molecules on the surface. This last step probably plays the key role in the production of clinically useful nanomaterials. The attachment of the different biomolecules should be performed in a defined and controlled fashion, avoiding the random adsorption of the components that could lead to undesirable byproducts and ill-characterized surface composition. In this work, we review the process of creating new magnetic nanomaterials for imaging, particularly for the detection of atherosclerotic plaque, in vivo. Our focus will be in the different biofunctionalization techniques that we and several other groups have recently developed. Magnetic nanomaterial functionalization should be performed by chemoselective techniques. This approach will facilitate the application of these nanomaterials in the clinic, not as an exception, but as any other pharmacological compound.
Reference:
Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Atherosclerosis Imaging. (Herranz, Fernando, Salinas, Beatriz, Groult, Hugo, Pellico, Juan, Lechuga-Vieco, Ana V, Bhavesh, Riju and Ruiz-Cabello, J), In Nanomaterials, Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, volume 4, 2014.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{Herranz:2014bv,
author = {Herranz, Fernando and Salinas, Beatriz and Groult, Hugo and Pellico, Juan and Lechuga-Vieco, Ana V and Bhavesh, Riju and Ruiz-Cabello, J},
title = {{Superparamagnetic Nanoparticles for Atherosclerosis Imaging.}},
journal = {Nanomaterials},
year = {2014},
volume = {4},
number = {2},
pages = {408--438},
month = jun,
publisher = {Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute},
affiliation = {Advanced Imaging Unit, Department of Epidemiology, Atherothrombosis and Imaging, Spanish National Centre for Cardiovascular Research (CNIC), Melchor Fern{'a}ndez Almagro, 3, 28029 Madrid, Spain. fherranz@cnic.es.},
doi = {10.3390/nano4020408},
pmid = {28344230},
pmcid = {PMC5304673},
language = {English},
rating = {0},
date-added = {2017-08-22T10:45:41GMT},
date-modified = {2020-09-04T07:35:42GMT},
abstract = {The production of magnetic nanoparticles of utmost quality for biomedical imaging requires several steps, from the synthesis of highly crystalline magnetic cores to the attachment of the different molecules on the surface. This last step probably plays the key role in the production of clinically useful nanomaterials. The attachment of the different biomolecules should be performed in a defined and controlled fashion, avoiding the random adsorption of the components that could lead to undesirable byproducts and ill-characterized surface composition. In this work, we review the process of creating new magnetic nanomaterials for imaging, particularly for the detection of atherosclerotic plaque, in vivo. Our focus will be in the different biofunctionalization techniques that we and several other groups have recently developed. Magnetic nanomaterial functionalization should be performed by chemoselective techniques. This approach will facilitate the application of these nanomaterials in the clinic, not as an exception, but as any other pharmacological compound.},
url = {http://www.mdpi.com/2079-4991/4/2/408/},
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