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Jerry D. Glickson – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Proton NMR Observation of the Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin In Vivo by Selective Multiple Quantum Coherence Transfer (Sel‐MQC)
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Qiuhong He, Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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  • proton nmr observation of the Antineoplastic Agent iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer sel mqc
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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Zaver M. Bhujwalla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Proton NMR Observation of the Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin In Vivo by Selective Multiple Quantum Coherence Transfer (Sel‐MQC)
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Qiuhong He, Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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  • proton nmr observation of the Antineoplastic Agent iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer sel mqc
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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John R. Griffiths – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Proton NMR Observation of the Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin In Vivo by Selective Multiple Quantum Coherence Transfer (Sel‐MQC)
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Qiuhong He, Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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  • proton nmr observation of the Antineoplastic Agent iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer sel mqc
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 1995
    Co-Authors: Zaver M. Bhujwalla, R. J. Maxwell, John R. Griffiths, Jerry D. Glickson

    Abstract:

    We have noninvasively detected the proton signal of an Antineoplastic Agent Iproplatin in vivo by selective multiple quantum coherence transfer (Sel-MQC). Without isotopic labeling or chemical modification, the Sel-MQC method labels Iproplatin by its intrinsic proton multiple quantum coherences and, hence, differentiates the Iproplatin signal from the intensive overlapping resonances of lipid and lactate. This proton NMR method should also be applicable to study other drugs with appropriate spin coupling patterns.

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