Session 12: PDF OnlyMagnetoferritin Biomineralization as a Novel Molecular Approach in the Design of Iron-Oxide-Based Magnetic Resonance Contrast AgentsBULTE, JEFF W.M. PHD*; DOUGLAS, TREVOR PHD†; MANN, STEPHEN PHD†; FRANKEL, RICHARD B. PHD‡; MOSKOWITZ, BRUCE M. PHD§; BROOKS, RODNEY A. PHD.; BAUMGARNER, CHARLES D. BS∥; VYMAZAL, JOSEF MD, PHD,||; FRANK, JOSEPH A. MD* Author Information From the *Laboratory of Diagnostic Radiology Research (OIR, OD), Neuroimaging Branch (NINDS), and ∥BEIP, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland; †School of Chemistry, University of Bath, Bath, United Kingdom; ‡Physics Department, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California; §Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Investigative Radiology: June 1994 - Volume 29 - Issue - p S214-S216 Buy Abstract Bulte JWM, Douglas T, Mann S, Frankel RB, Moskowitz BM, Brooks RA, Baumgarner CD, Vymazal J, Frank JA. Magnetoferritin: biomineralization as a novel molecular approach in the design of iron-oxide-based magnetic resonance contrast agents. Invest Radiol 1994;29:S214–S216. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.