Magnetic nanoparticle assemblies on denatured DNA show unusual magnetic relaxivity and potential applications for MRI
Denatured (substantially single-stranded) herring sperm DNA acts as a template for the preparation of magnetic nanowires, forming stable aqueous suspensions, which exhibit unprecedentedly high relaxivity at low field, suggesting that the material may be a potentially useful reagent for MRI
Publisher: 'Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)'
DOI identifier: 10.1039/B409603G
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