2019 Publications

JOURNAL ARTICLES

1. Exploring the tumour extracellular matrix by in vivo Fast Field Cycling relaxometry after the administration of a Gadolinium-based MRI contrast agent
Baroni S., Ruggiero M.R., Aime S., Crich S.G.
(2019) Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry

https://doi.org/10.1002/mrc.4837

 

2. A whole-body Fast Field-Cycling scanner for clinical molecular imaging studies
Broche L.M., Ross, P.J., Davies G.R., MacLeod M.J., Lurie D.J.
(2019) Scientific Reports

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-46648-0

3. Use of FCC-NMRD relaxometry for early detection and characherization of ex-vivo murine breast cancer
Di Gregorio E., Ferrauto G., Lanzardo S., Gianolio E., Airme S.
(2019) Scientific Reports

https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-41154-9

4. Relaxometric investigations addressing the determination of intracellular water lifetime:a novel tumour biomarker of general applicability
Ruggiero M.D., Baroni S., Ferrante G., Geninatti Crich S., Aime S.
(2019) Molecular Physics

https://doi.org/10.1080/00268976.2018.1527045

5. Mechanism of water dynamics in hyaluronic dermal fillers revealed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance relaxometry
Kruk D., Rochowski P., Masiewicz E., Wilcznski S., Wojciechowski M., Broche L., Lurie D.
(2019) European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry

https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.201900761

6. Dynamics of solid proteins by means of nuclear magnetic resonance relaxometry
Kruk D., Masiewicz E., Borkowska A.M., Rochowski P., Fries P.H., Broche L.M., Lurie D.J.
(2019) Biomolecules

https://doi.org/10.3390/biom9110652

7. Ferritin: A platform for MRI contrast agents delivery
Ruggiero M.R., Alberti D., Bitonto V., Geninatti Crich S.
(2019) Onorganics

https://doi.org/10.3390/inorganics7030033

8. In vivo assessment of tumour associated macrophages in murine melanoma obtained by low-field relaxometry in the presence of iron oxide particles
Baroni S., Ruggiero M.R., Bitonto V., Broche L.M., Lurie D.J., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.
(2020) 

 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2020.119805

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

1. Assessment of tumour response to chemiotherapy by in vivo fast field cycling relaxometry
Geninatti Crich S., Riggiero M.R., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aire S.
(2019) 2nd Workshop of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Prague, Czechia, February 2019   

2. Exploring the tumour extracellular matrix by in vivo fast field cycling relaxometry after the administration of a Gadolinium based MRI contrast agent
Baroni S., Ruggiero M.R., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.,
(2019) 2nd Workshop of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Prague, Czechia, February 2019   

3. Imaging of acute stroke by FFC-MRI: the PUFFINS study
MacLeod M-J, Ross J.P., Guzman-Guttierez G., Lurie D.J., Broche L.M.
(2019) 2nd Workshop of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Prague, Czechia, February 2019   

4. Infiltrative glioma discrimination by FFC-NMR and quadrupolar peaks 14N-1H origin: a study of three glioma animal models
Lahrech H.
(2019) 2nd Workshop of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry, Prague, Czechia, February 2019   

5. In vivo fast field cycling relaxometry reports on the extra and intracellular localization of iron oxide particles in tumour mice models
Ruggiero M.R., Geninatti Crich S., Baroni S., Bitonto V., Rapisarda S., Aime S.
(2019) 14th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Molecular Imaging, Glasgow, UK, March 2019

6. Fast-Field-Cycling nuclear magnetic resonance: A non-invasive method allowing detection of an intracellular biomarker of glioma cell invasion
Leclercq M., Petit M., Pierre S., Vragniau C., Berger F., Lahrech H.
(2019) CLARA, Lyon, France April

7. In vivo fast field cycling relaxometry reports on the extra and intracellular localization of iron oxide particles in tumour mice models
Geninatti Crich S., Ruggiero M.R., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aime S.
(2019) ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, May 2019 

8.  Bilateral breast coil for Fast Field-Cycling relaxometric MRI
Davies G.R., Broche L.M., Gagliardi T., Lurie D.J., Ross P.J.
(2019) ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, May 2019 

9. Fast Field-Cycling MRI identifies ischaemic stroke at ultra-low field strength
Ross P.J., Broche M., MacLeod M.J., Guzman-Guttierez G., Murray A.D., Lurie D.J.
(2019)  ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, May 2019 

10. FitLike, a software for the analysis of T1 dispersion for Fast Field-Cycling experimentation
Petit M., Lahrech H., Broche L.
(2019) ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Montreal, Canada, May 2019 

11. Fast Field-Cycling MRI identifies ischaemic stroke at ultra-low magnetic field strength
Ross P.J., Broche L.M., MacLeod M.J., Guzman-Guttierez G., Murray A.D., Lurie D.J.
11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

12.  First clincal studies with FFC-MRI: Early results
Broche L.M., Ross P.J., Davies G.R., MacLeod M.J., Masannat Y., Leslie S., Bhatt P., Berger F., Lahrech H., Lurie D.J.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

13. NMR relaxometry experiments in bovine and human cartiledge - simulating the effects of osteoarthritis
Cretu A., Mattea C., Stapf S.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

14. Towards a model-based field-frequency lock for fast field cycling NMR: Experimenatl validation
Galuppini G., Rolfi R., Toffanin C., Raimondo D., Ferrante G., Magni L.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

15. Towards a model-based field-frequency lock for fast field cycling MRI: Handling the effect of gradients
Galuppini G., Ferrante G., Magni L.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

16. Look locker FFC NMR sequence: A time saving approach in measurement of long T1 with FFC NMR experiments at any relaxation field
Fries P.H., Belorizky E., Ferrante G., Xia Y., Pasin M., Broche L.
(2019)  11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

17 Evidence for the roleof intracellular water lifetime as a tumour biomarker obtained by in vivo field-cycling relaxometry
Ruggiero M.R., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

18 In vivo FFC-NMR of tumour-associated macrophages (TAMs) in murine melanoma with assessment of intra-cellular localization of iron oxide particles
Baroni S., Ruggiero M.R., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

19. FFC-NMRD relaxometry for early detection and characterization of ex-vivo murine breast cancer
Di Gregorio E., Ferrauto G., Lanzardo S., Fianolio E., Aime S.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

20. What do we know about 14N quadrupole relaxation enhancement?
Kruk D., Masiewicz E., Borowska A., Broche L.M., Lurie D.J.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

21. Two-dimensional water diffusion in hyaluronic dermal fillers revealed by NMR relaxometry
Masiewicz E., Borowska A., Rochowski P., Kruk D.
(2019) 11th Conference on Fast Field-Cycling NMR Relaxometry, Pisa, Italy, June 2019

22. MRI basics and research on Fast Field-Cycling MRI
Lurie D.J., Broche L.M., Davies G.R., MacLeod M.J., Ross P.J.
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June

23. Deep physics behind quadrupole peaks
Kruk D
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June

24. NMR of wetting - how to rock it despite ageing
Stapf S., Shihkov I., Arns C., Mattea C., Gizatullin B.
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June 

25. NMR experiments on bovine and human cartilage
Cretu A., Petrov O., Mattea C., Stapf S.
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June 

26. (DIS) agreement between NMR relaxometry and dielectric spectroscopy results for biomolecules
Borowska A., Masiewicz E., Rochowski P., Kruk D.
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June 

27. Evolution of the shape of quadrupole peaks from solid to disolved proteins
Masiewicz E., Borowska A., Rochowski P., Druk D.
(2019) AMPERE NMR School, Zakopane, Poland June 

28. Spatially resolved relaxation analysis in bovine and human articular cartilage
Cretu A., Petrov O.V., Mattea C., Stapf S.
(2019) ICMRM, Pari, France August

29. Intracellular water lifetime as a tumour biomarker for diagnosis and therapy outcome by FFC-Relaxometry in breast cancer
Ruggiero M.R., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.
(2019) GIDRM, XLVIII National Congress on Magentic Resonance, L'Aquila, Italy September

30. Novel quadrupolar peaks based contrast agents
Geninatti Crich S., Baroni s., Stefania R., Ruggiero M.R., Bintonto V., Aime S.
(2019) GIDRM, XLVIII National Congress on Magentic Resonance, L'Aquila, Italy, September 

31. Imaging molecular dynamics using Fast Field-Cycling MRI
Broche L.M., Ross P.J., Davies G.R., Macleod M.J., Lurie D.J.
(2019) World Molecular Imaging Congress, Montreal, Canada, September

32. Fast Field Cycling-NMR relaxometry: an emerging biomarkers of cancer invasion
Leclrcq M., Broche L., Petit M., Berger F., Lahrech H.
(2019) ESMRMB, Rotterdam, Holland October

33. Fast Field-Cycling MRI for molecular dynamics imaging
Broche L., Ross J., Davies G., Lurie D.
(2019) ESMRMB, Rotterdam, Holland October

34. Fast field-cycling MRI identifies ischaemic stroke at ultra-low magnetic field strength
Ross J., Broche L., MacLeod M.J., Lurie D.
(2019) ESMRMB, Rotterdam, Holland October

35. Intracellular water lifetime as a tumour biomarker for diagnosis and therapy outcome by FFC-Relaxometry in breast cancer
Ruggiero M.R., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aime S., Geninatti Crich S.
(2019) ESMRMB, Rotterdam, Holland October

36. In vivo quantitative detection of tumour associated macrophages (TAM) in mice melanoma models, by relaxation measurements (T1) at low magnetic fields with Ferumoxytol
Geninatti Crich S., Ruggiero M., Baroni S., Rapisarda S., Aime S.
(2019) ESMRMB, Rotterdam, Holland October


BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Kruk, D. (2019) Essentials of the theory of spin relaxation as needed for Field-cycling NMR in R Kimmich (ed) Field-cycling NMR relaxometry: Instrumentation, Model Theories and Applications, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 42-66.
https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012966

2. Stapf, S., Lozovoi, A. (2019) Field-cycling relaxometry of polymers in R Kimmich (ed) Field-cycling NMR relaxometry: Instrumentation, Model Theories and Applications, Royal Society of Chemistry , pp. 322-357.
https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012966

3. Lurie, D., Ross, P.J., Broche L.M. (2019) Techniques and applications of Field-cycling magnetic resonance in medicine in R Kimmich (ed) Field-cycling NMR relaxometry: Instrumentation, Model Theories and Applications, Royal Society of Chemistry , pp. 358-384.
https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788012966