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Iron phosphide nanoparticles as a pH-responsive T1 contrast agent for magnetic resonance tumor imaging

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Abstract

In this work, the potential of FeP nanoparticles as a pH-responsive T1 contrast agent was investigated. The FeP nanoparticles have good biocompatibility and can significantly amplify T1 magnetic resonance signals in response to the acidic microenvironment of solid tumors, holding great promise in serving as an acid-activatable T1 contrast agent for tumor imaging.

Graphical abstract: Iron phosphide nanoparticles as a pH-responsive T1 contrast agent for magnetic resonance tumor imaging

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Submitted
30 Aug 2019
Accepted
17 Sep 2019
First published
26 Sep 2019

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2019,9, 30581-30584
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Iron phosphide nanoparticles as a pH-responsive T1 contrast agent for magnetic resonance tumor imaging

Y. Qiu, W. Lin, L. Wang, R. Liu, J. Xie, X. Chen, F. Yang, G. Huang and H. Yang, RSC Adv., 2019, 9, 30581
DOI: 10.1039/C9RA06886D

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