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Iron oxide nanoparticles protected by NIR-active multidentate-polymers as multifunctional nanoprobes for NIRF/PA/MR trimodal imaging

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Abstract

We designed and synthesized new kinds of near-infrared catechol-based multidentate polymers which were intended to yield compact NIR-active iron oxide nanoparticles with excellent stability and biocompatibility. The resulted multifunctional nanoprobes showed great potential as multimodal contrast agents for NIRF/PA/MR trimodal imaging in vivo.

Graphical abstract: Iron oxide nanoparticles protected by NIR-active multidentate-polymers as multifunctional nanoprobes for NIRF/PA/MR trimodal imaging

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Submitted
25 Sep 2015
Accepted
24 Nov 2015
First published
26 Nov 2015

Nanoscale, 2016,8, 775-779
Article type
Communication
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Iron oxide nanoparticles protected by NIR-active multidentate-polymers as multifunctional nanoprobes for NIRF/PA/MR trimodal imaging

Y. Wu, D. Gao, P. Zhang, C. Li, Q. Wan, C. Chen, P. Gong, G. Gao, Z. Sheng and L. Cai, Nanoscale, 2016, 8, 775 DOI: 10.1039/C5NR06660C

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