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High relaxivity and stability of a hydroxyquinolinate-based tripodal monoaquagadolinium complex for use as a bimodal MRI/optical imaging agent


, : High relaxivity and stability of a hydroxyquinolinate-based tripodal monoaquagadolinium complex for use as a bimodal MRI/optical imaging agent. Inorganic Chemistry 50(17): 7943-7945

An octadentate ligand based on triazacyclononane and 8-hydroxyquinolinate/phenolate binding units leads to very soluble, highly stable lanthanide complexes. The monoaquagadolinium complex shows a high relaxivity as a result of the unusually long rotational correlation time, fast water exchange rate, and slow electronic relaxation. The ligand also acts as sensitizer of the near-IR luminescence emission of the Yb and Nd ions. It appears as an excellent candidate for use as a bimodal imaging agent.

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PMID: 21830834

DOI: 10.1021/ic2012793


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