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References 1994

Able KP. Magnetic orientation and magnetoreception in birds. Progress in Neurobiology 42: 449-473 (1994).

Augenstein S. Superparamagnetic beads: Applications of solid-phase RT-PCR. Am. Biotech. Lab.May: 12-14 (1994).

Bazylinski DA, Garratt-Reed AJ, and Frankel RB. Electron microscopic studies of magnetosomes in magnetotactic bacteria. Microscopy Research and Technique 27: 389-401 (1994).

Bengele HH, Palmacci S, Rogers J, Jung CW, Crenshaw J, and Josephson L. Biodistribution of an ultrasmall superparamagnetic iron oxide colloid, BMS 180549, by different routes of administration. Mag. Res. Imag. 12: 433-442 (1994).

Bhagwandien R, Moerland MA, Bakker CJG, Beersma R, and Lagendijk JJW. Numerical analysis of the magnetic field for arbitrary magnetic susceptibility distributions in 3D. Mag. Res. Imag. 12:101-107 (1994).

Bogdanov AA, Martin C, Weissleder R, and Brady TJ. Trapping of dextran coated colloids in liposomes by transient binding to aminophospholipid: Preparation of ferrosomes. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1193: 212-218 (1994).

Bondemark L, Kurol J, and Wennberg A. Biocompatibility of new, clinically used, and recycled orthodontic samarium-cobalt magnets. Am. J. Orthod. Dentofac. Orthop. 105: 568-574 (1994).

Bulte JWM, Douglas T, Mann S, Frankel RB, Moskowitz BM, Brooks RA, Baumgarner CD, Vymazal J, and Frank JA. Magnetoferritin: Biomineralization as a novel molecular approach in the design of iron-oxide-based magnetic resonance contrast agents. Invest. Radiol. 29 Suppl. 2: S214-S216 (1994).

Bulte JWM, Douglas T, Mann S, Frankel RB, Moskowitz BM, Brooks RA, Baumgarner CD, Vymazal J, Strub MP, and Frank JA. Magnetoferritin: Characterization of a novel superparamagnetic MR contrast agent. JMRI 4: 497-505 (1994).

Clarke J. SQUID's. Sci. Am. 271: 46-53 (1994).

Davies JE, Robertson GSM, Swift S, Chamberlain J, Bell PRF, James RFL, and London NJM. Use of a quadripole magnet significantly improves immunomagnetic islet purification. Transpl. Proc.26: 649-650 (1994).

Devineni D. Tissue distribution of methotrexate following administration as a solution and as magnetic microspheres in rats bearing brain tumors. Ph.D. thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, U.S.A., 1994.

Gillies GT, Ritter RC, Broaddus WC, Grady MS, Howard III MA, and McNeil RG. Magnetic manipulation instrumentation for medical physics research. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 65: 533-562 (1994).

Gupta PK and Hung CT. Magnetically controlled targeted chemotherapy. In Willmott N and Daly J (Eds.). Microspheres and regional cancer therapy. CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1994, pp. 71-116.

Häfeli UO, Sweeney SM, Beresford BS, Sim EH, and Macklis RM. Biodegradable magnetically directed 90Y-microspheres: Novel agents for targeted intracavitary radiotherapy. J. Biomed. Mat. Res. 28: 901-908 (1994).

Hirohashi S, Hirohashi R, Uchida H, Kachi K, Ohtomo K, Uchiyama G, Niitsu M, and Itai Y. Usefulness of superparamagnetic iron oxide particle (AMI-25) enhanced MR imaging for the diagnosis of liver tumors: Comparison with contrast enhanced CT. Nippon Igaku Hoshasen Gakkai Zasshi - Nippon Acta Radiologica 54: 776-783 (1994).

Ikuhara Y and Cawley JD. Numerical simulation of aggregation in a magnetic colloid. Magnetic ceramics : 113-130 (1994).

Israel HA. Immunomagnetic separation: A tool for microbiology. Am. Biotech. Lab. May: 50-52 (1994).

Köhler S, Schmelzle R, and Stemmann H. STECO-Titanmagnets. HNO 42: 173-176 (1994).

Kreft BP, Tanimoto A, Leffler S, Finn JP, Oksendal AN, and Stark DD. Contrast-enhanced MR imaging of diffuse and focal splenic disease with use of magnetic starch microspheres. JMRI 4:373-379 (1994).

Lewis JM, Menz ET, Kenny FE, Groman EV, and Josephson L. Vascular magnetic resonance imaging agent comprising nanoparticles. U.S.A Patent No. 5314679, 1994.

Liz L, Lopez Quintela MA, Mira J, and Rivas J. Preparation of colloidal Fe3O4 ultrafine particles in microemulsions. J. Mat. Sci. 29: 3797-3801 (1994).

Lucet I, Filmon R, Pouliquen D, Le Jeune JJ, and Jallet P. Apport de la M.E.T. dans l'etude structurale des agents de contraste superparamagnetiques pour l'IRM. Bulletin de l'Association des Anatomistes 78: 57-59 (1994).

Patil VU, Buckingham T, Willoughby P, and Szeverenyi NM. Magnetic orotracheal intubation: A new technique. Anesth. Analg. 78: 749-752 (1994).

Patil VU. Magnetic orotracheal intubation: Not so new. Anesth. Analg. 79: 1212-1213 (1994).

Pope NM, Alsop RC, Chang YA, and Smith AK. Evaluation of magnetic alginate beads as a solid support for positive selection of CD34 cells. J. Biomed. Mat. Res. 28: 449-457 (1994).

Raylman RR and Wahl RL. Magnetically enhanced radionuclide therapy. J. Nucl. Med. 35: 157-163 (1994).

Scaiano JC, Cozens FL, and McLean J. Model for the rationalization of magnetic field effects in vivo. Application of the radical-pair mechanism to biological systems. Photochem. Photobiol. 59:585-589 (1994).

Shinkai M, Suzuki M, Iijima S, and Kobayashi T. Antibody-conjugated magnetoliposomes for targeting cancer cells and their application in hyperthermia. Biotechnol. Appl. Biochem. 21: 125-137 (1994).

Sjogren CE, Briley-Saebo K, Hanson M, and Johansson C. Magnetic characterization of iron oxides for magnetic resonance imaging. Magn. Reson. Med. 31: 268-272 (1994).

Sonavaria VJ, Jambhekar S, and Maher T. In vivo evaluation of camptothecin microspheres for targeted drug delivery. Proceed. Intern. Symp. Control. Rel. Bioact. Mater. 21: 194-195 (1994).

Takedoi A, Tanihara M, Tosiharu H, Isoai M, and Fujita K. Magnetic iron oxide particles and method of producing same. Japan Patent No. 5314750, 1994.

Tompkins DT, Vanderby R, Klein SA, Beckman WA, Steeves RA, and Paliwal BR. The use of generalized cell-survival data in a physiologically based objective function for hyperthermia treatment planning: A sensitivity study with a simple tissue model implanted with an array of ferromagnetic thermoseeds. Int. J. Radiat. Oncol. Biol. Phys. 30: 929-943 (1994).

Vyas SP and Jain SK. Preparation and in vitro characterization of a magnetically responsive ibuprofen-loaded erythrocytes carrier. J. Microencapsulation 11: 19-29 (1994).

Weitschies W, Wedemeyer J, Stehr R, and Trahms L. Magnetic markers as a noninvasive tool to monitor gastrointestinal transit. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering 41: 192-195 (1994).

Willmott N and Daly J. Microspheres and regional cancer therapy. CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1994.

Winoto-Morbach S and Müller-Ruchholtz W. Preparation and functionality testing of biodegradable and biocompatible magnetic albumin nanospheres for cell labelling and immunomagnetic separation. Eur. J. Pharm. Biopharm. 41: 55-61 (1994).

Winoto-Morbach S, Tchikov V, and Müller-Ruchholtz W. Magnetophoresis: Detection of magnetically labeled cells. J. Clin. Lab. Anal. 8: 400-406 (1994).

Wu CB, Wei SL, Lu W, Zhao YL, and Gao WW. Studies on magnetic responsiveness and renal embolization with magnetic microspheres in dogs. Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica 29: 311-315 (1994).

Yudelson JS. Preparation and magnetic properties of very small magnetite-dextran particles. U.S. Patent No. 5349957, 1994.

Zyss T. Deep magnetic brain stimulation - the end of psychiatric electroshock therapy? Medical Hypotheses 43: 69-74 (1994).

References 1993

Autenshlyus AI, Brusentsov NA, and Lockshin A. Magnetic-sensitive dextran-ferrite immunosorbents (for diagnostic and therapy). J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 360-363 (1993).

Babincova M. Microwave induced leakage of magnetoliposomes. Possible clinical implications.Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 32: 187-189 (1993).

Bach-Gansmo T. Ferrimagnetic susceptibility contrast agents. Acta Radiologica, 387: 1-30 (1993).

Chan DCF, Kirpotin DB, and Bunn PA. Synthesis and evaluation of colloidal magnetic iron oxides for the site-specific radiofrequency-induced hyperthermia of cancer. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 374-378 (1993).

Debuire B, Chabli A, and Frenov N. Fast, manual, nonradioactive method for DNA sequencing.Clin. Chem. 39: 1682-1685 (1993).

De Cuyper M and Joniau M. Magnetoproteliposomes. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 340-342 (1993).

Edelman ER and Langer R. Optimization of release from magnetically controlled polymeric drug release devices. Biomaterials, 14: 621-626 (1993).

Gallo JM, Varkonyi P, Hassan EE, and Groothius DR. Targeting anticancer drugs to the brain: II. Physiological pharmacokinetic model of oxantrazole following intraarterial administration to rat glioma-2 (RG-2) bearing rats. J. Pharmacokin. Biopharm. 21: 575-592 (1993).

Granov AM, Derkach VY, and Granov DA. Tumor treatment method. SUX Patent No. 5236410, 1993.

Grow DT, Sonti SV, Bose A, and Raj K. A report on the research performed under the Rosensweig grant. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 343-348 (1993).

Gupta PK and Hung CT. Magnetically controlled targeted chemotherapy. In Willmott N and Daly J (Eds.). Microspheres and regional cancer therapy. CRC Press Inc. Boca Raton, FL, 1993, pp. 1-59.

Hancock JP and Kemshead JT. A rapid and highly selective approach to cell separations using an immunomagnetic colloid. J. Immunol. Methods. 164: 51-60 (1993).

Hartig R. Continous sorting of magnetizable particles by means of specific deviation. Ph.D. thesis, Universitaet Heidelberg, 1993.

Hassan EE and Gallo JM. Targeting anticancer drugs to the brain, I: Enhanced brain delivery of oxantrazole following administration in magnetic cationic microspheres. J. Drug Targ. 1: 7-14 (1993).

Jordan A, Wust P, Fahling H, John W, Hinz A, and Felix R. Inductive heating of ferrimagnetic particles and magnetic fluids: physical evaluation of their potential for hyperthermia. Int. J. Hyperthermia, 9: 51-68 (1993).

Kirpotin DB, Kinne R, Milton A, Palombo-Kinne E, and Emmrich F. Magnetic targeting of a therapeutic antibody using magnetotropic microspheres of the interpolyelectrolyte coacervation complex. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 354-359 (1993).

Kizilova NN. Aggregation and sedimentation of erythrocytes in a magnetic field. Biofizika, 38: 826-832 (1993).

Konishi Y, Kawamura T, and Asai S. Preparation and characterization of fine magnetite particles from Iron(III) carboxylate dissolved in organic solvent. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 32: 2888-2891 (1993).

Kuhn F, Witherspoon CD, and Morris R. Permanent intraocular magnets (Letter to the editor).Retina, 13: 176-177 (1993).

Macklis RM. Magnetic healing, quackery, and the debate about the health effects of electromagnetic fields. Ann. Int. Med. 118: 376-383 (1993).

Mikhailik OM, Pankratov YV, and Bakai EA. Biotransformation of intravenously injected finely dispersed iron powders. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 379-382 (1993).

Nakamura N, Burgess JG, Yagiuda K, Kudo S, Sakaguchi T, and Matsunaga T. Detection and removal of Escherichia Coli using fluorescein isothiocyanate conjugated monoclonal antibody immobilized on bacterial magnetic particles. Anal. Chem. 65: 2036-2039 (1993).

Oh IJ, Oh JY, and Lee KC. Assessment of biodegradability of polymeric microspheres in vivo: Poly(DL-lactic acid), poly(L-lactic acid) and PLGA microspheres. Arch. Pharm. Res. 16: 312-317 (1993).

Oksendal AN, Bach-Gansmo T, Flem Jacobsen T, Eide H, and Andrew E. Oral magnetic particles: Results from clinical phase II trials in 216 patients. Acta Radiologica, 34 (Fasc. 2): 187-193 (1993).

O'Neill I, Ridgway O, Ellul A, and Bingham S. Gastrointestinal monitoring of DNA-damaging agents with magnetic microcapsules. Mutat. Res. 290: 127-138 (1993).

Plavins J and Lauva M. Study of colloidal magnetite-binding erythrocytes: Prospects for cell separation. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 349-353 (1993).

Ranney DF. Physically and chemically stabilized polyatomic clusters for magnetic resonance image and spectral enhancement. U.S. Patent No. 5213788, 1993.

Raylman RR, Clavo AC, Crawford SM, and Wahl RL. Experimental validation of magnetically enhanced radionuclide therapy (MERIT). J. Nucl. Med. 34: 93P (1993).

Richards AJ, Thomas TE, Roath S, Watson JHP, Smith RJS, and Lansdorp PM. Improved high gradient magnetic separation for the positive selection of human blood mononuclear cells using ordered wire filters. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 364-366 (1993).

Roath S. Biological and biomedical aspects of magnetic fluid technology. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122:329-334 (1993).

Ruuge EK and Rusetski AN. Magnetic fluids as drug carriers: Targeted transport of drugs by a magnetic field. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 335-339 (1993).

Savitz DA. Overview of epidemiologic research on electric and magnetic fields and cancer. Am. Ind. Hyg. Assoc. J. 54: 197-204 (1993).

Shen T, Weissleder R, Papisov M, Bogdanov A, and Brady TJ. Monocrystalline iron oxide nanocompounds (MION): Physicochemical properties. Magn. Reson. Med. 29: 599-604 (1993).

Suzuki K, Okamoto N, and Kano T. Colorimetric detection for PCR amplified HIV-1 DNA using magnetic beads. J. Virol. Meth. 41: 341-350 (1993).

Thomas TE, Richards AJ, Roath OS, Watson JHP, Smith RJS, and Lansdorp PM. Positive selection of human blood cells using improved high gradient magnetic separation filters. J. Hematother. 2: 297-303 (1993).

Tiefenauer LX, Kühne G, and Andres RY. Antibody-magnetite nanoparticles: In Vitrocharacterization of a potential tumor-specific contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging.Bioconj. Chem. 4: 347-352 (1993).

Tregear R, Oiwa K, Chaen S, and Sugi H. Relation between magnetically-applied force and velocity in beads coated with rabbit myosin, sliding on actin cables in Nitellopsis cells. J. Muscle Res. Cell Motil. 14: 412-415 (1993).

Vladimirsky MA, Kuznetsov AA, and Philippov VI. A magnetic concentration method using hydrosol of ferric particles for diagnosing tuberculosis. J. Magn. Mag. Mat. 122: 371-373 (1993).

Wu CB, Zhao YL, He SM, and Wei SL. Studies on distribution of magnetic gelatin microspheres in rabbits. Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica, 28: 464-468 (1993).

References 1992

Afanas'ev AM. Theoretical point of view on relaxation in small particles. In Dormann JL and Fiorani D (Eds.). Magnetic properties of fine particles. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1992, p. 13.

Aharoni A. Relaxation processes in small properties. In Dormann JL and Fiorani D (Eds.). Studies of Magnetic Properties of Fine Particles. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1992, p. 3.

Bessais L, Ben Jaffel L, and Dormann JL. Relaxation rate of fine magnetic particles. In Dormann JL and Fiorani D (Eds.). Studies of Magnetic Properties of Fine Particles. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1992, p. 21.

Brasch RC. New directions in the development of MR imaging contrast media. Radiology, 183: 1-11 (1992).

Cavallotti PL, Nobili L, Zangari G, Adamoli A, and Greppi G. Surface properties of heterogeneous magnetic particles by physisorption. In Dormann JL and Fiorani D (Eds.). Magnetic properties of fine particles. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1992, pp. 361-370.

Charles SW. Magnetic fluids (Ferrofluids). In Dormann JL and Fiorani D (Eds.). Studies of Magnetic Properties of Fine Particles. Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, 1992, pp. 267-276.

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