by Pellico, Juan, Llop, Jordi, Fernandez-Barahona, Irene, Bhavesh, Riju, Ruiz-Cabello, Jesus and Herranz, Fernando
Abstract:
The combination of the size-dependent properties of nanomaterials with radioisotopes is emerging as a novel tool for molecular imaging. There are numerous examples already showing how the controlled synthesis of nanoparticles and the incorporation of a radioisotope in the nanostructure offer new features beyond the simple addition of different components. Among the different nanomaterials, iron oxide-based nanoparticles are the most used in imaging because of their versatility. In this review, we will study the different radioisotopes for biomedical imaging, how to incorporate them within the nanoparticles, and what applications they can be used for. Our focus is directed towards what is new in this field, what the nanoparticles can offer to the field of nuclear imaging, and the radioisotopes hybridized with nanomaterials for use in molecular imaging.
Reference:
Iron Oxide Nanoradiomaterials: Combining Nanoscale Properties with Radioisotopes for Enhanced Molecular Imaging. (Pellico, Juan, Llop, Jordi, Fernandez-Barahona, Irene, Bhavesh, Riju, Ruiz-Cabello, Jesus and Herranz, Fernando), In Contrast media & molecular imaging, Hindawi, volume 2017, 2017.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{Pellico:2017iy,
author = {Pellico, Juan and Llop, Jordi and Fernandez-Barahona, Irene and Bhavesh, Riju and Ruiz-Cabello, Jesus and Herranz, Fernando},
title = {{Iron Oxide Nanoradiomaterials: Combining Nanoscale Properties with Radioisotopes for Enhanced Molecular Imaging.}},
journal = {Contrast media {&} molecular imaging},
year = {2017},
volume = {2017},
number = {6},
pages = {1549580--24},
publisher = {Hindawi},
affiliation = {Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III (CNIC) and Centro de Investigaci{'o}n Biom{'e}dica en Red de Enfermedades Respiratorias (CIBERES), 28029 Madrid, Spain.},
doi = {10.1155/2017/1549580},
pmid = {29358900},
pmcid = {PMC5735613},
language = {English},
rating = {0},
date-added = {2018-02-15T15:00:51GMT},
date-modified = {2019-01-29T09:40:24GMT},
abstract = {The combination of the size-dependent properties of nanomaterials with radioisotopes is emerging as a novel tool for molecular imaging. There are numerous examples already showing how the controlled synthesis of nanoparticles and the incorporation of a radioisotope in the nanostructure offer new features beyond the simple addition of different components. Among the different nanomaterials, iron oxide-based nanoparticles are the most used in imaging because of their versatility. In this review, we will study the different radioisotopes for biomedical imaging, how to incorporate them within the nanoparticles, and what applications they can be used for. Our focus is directed towards what is new in this field, what the nanoparticles can offer to the field of nuclear imaging, and the radioisotopes hybridized with nanomaterials for use in molecular imaging.},
url = {https://www.hindawi.com/journals/cmmi/2017/1549580/},
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