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Hyperpolarized ¹³³Cs is a sensitive probe for real-time monitoring of biophysical environments

Author:
Karlsson, M., Ardenkjær-Larsen, J. H., Lerche, M. H.
Source:
Chemical communications 2017 v.53 no.49 pp. 6625-6628
ISSN:
1364-548X
Subject:
cesium, chemical reactions, monitoring, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, stable isotopes
Abstract:
¹³³Cs NMR is a valuable tool for non-invasive analysis of biological systems, where chemical shift and relaxation properties report on changes in the physical environment. Hyperpolarization can increase the liquid-state ¹³³Cs NMR signal by several orders of magnitude and allow real-time monitoring of physical changes in cell based systems.
Agid:
6391625