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Functionalized Magnetonanoparticles For MRI Diagnosis And Localization In Epilepsy

Massoud Akhtari, A. Bragin, M. Cohen, R. Moats, F. Brenker, Mattew D. Lynch, Harry V. Vinters, J. Engel Jr.
Published 2008 · Medicine

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Purpose: The development of nonradioactive and targeted magnetonanoparticles (MNP) capable of crossing the blood–brain barrier (BBB) and of concentrating in the epileptogenic tissues of acute and chronic animal models of temporal lobe epilepsy to render these tissues visible on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
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