Manganese doped-iron oxide nanoparticle clusters and their potential as agents for magnetic resonance imaging and hyperthermia
AuthorsCasula, Maria F.
Materia, Maria Elena
Kanaras, Antonios G.
KAUST DepartmentBiological and Environmental Sciences and Engineering (BESE) Division
Environmental Science and Engineering Program
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AbstractA simple, one pot method to synthesize water-dispersible Mn doped iron oxide colloidal clusters constructed of nanoparticles arranged into secondary flower-like structures was developed. This method allows the successful incorporation and homogeneous distribution of Mn within the nanoparticle iron oxide clusters. The formed clusters retain the desired morphological and structural features observed for pure iron oxide clusters, but possess intrinsic magnetic properties that arise from Mn doping. They show distinct performance as imaging contrast agents and excellent characteristics as heating mediators in magnetic fluid hyperthermia. It is expected that the outcomes of this study will open up new avenues for the exploitation of doped magnetic nanoparticle assemblies in biomedicine. © the Owner Societies 2016.
CitationCasula MF, Conca E, Bakaimi I, Sathya A, Materia ME, et al. (2016) Manganese doped-iron oxide nanoparticle clusters and their potential as agents for magnetic resonance imaging and hyperthermia. Phys Chem Chem Phys 18: 16848–16855. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c6cp02094a.
SponsorsThe University of Southampton is gratefully acknowledged for partial financial support of this project. A. G. K. would like to thank the EU COST action MP1202 for networking opportunities. M. F. C. thanks the Fondazione Banco di Sardegna. T. P. acknowledges funding form the Italian AIRC project (contract no. 14527) and the Cariplo foundation (contract no. 20130865).
PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
JournalPhys. Chem. Chem. Phys.
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