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Rosa Pujales-Paradela, a PhD student in the group of Prof. Carlos Platas-Iglesias from University of Coruna, has joined our group for next 3 months. During this period, she is going to perform detailed studies on a series of lanthanide complexes in order to...

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Goran has received the research grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG) in amount of 205 000 € for next two years. The project is focused on development of a new class of multimeric and nanoscale bioresponsive contrast agents that are intended for use in...

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Dr. Yulia Borozdina has joined the group as postdoctoral researcher.  Dr. Borozdina has ample experience with the chemistry of organic radicals – her knowledge will be great asset to the group in developing new MRI contrast agents!

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The research groups MR Neuroimaging Agents (Goran Angelovski) and Neuronal Convergence (Hamid Noori) organized a joint lab retreat last week at a peaceful venue nearby Freudenstadt. All participants enjoyed the exciting scientific discussions and beautiful landscapes...

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In this article, Goran and his long-term collaborator, Éva Tóth, introduce the current and potential chemistry approaches in molecular fMRI that allow direct imaging of neurotransmitters. This interdisciplinary Tutorial Review aims to familiarize researchers with...

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We published a protocol which describes the preparation and characterization of a dendrimeric MRI contrast agent. Additionally to the step-by-step recipe, this article is accompanied with the video clip in which we demonstrate execution of these procedures. Link to...

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Gaoji Wang has joined the group as the fellow of China Scholarship Council (CSC).  We greatly appreciate the CSC support and wish luck to Gaoji in his PhD project !

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We report the preparation of a chelator that serves as platform for multicontrast MRI. Namely, its paramagnetic complexes can be utilized as T1-weighted, paraCEST or 19F MRI contrast agents. They exhibit interesting properties and their potential was demonstrated...

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In this Minireview, Goran briefly summarizes the design principles for preparation of bioresponsive contrast agents for MRI. Their description is followed by the list of practical issues and challenges related to the characterization of these agents in vitro and in...

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Here we introduce a new approach which could be used for detection of MR signal changes produced by bioresponsive MRI agents. We developed a nanosized, Ca-sensitive dendrimeric probe that changes T1 and T2 relaxation times with different magnitudes. The change in their...

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Last updated: Thursday, 14.01.2016