Characterization and Water-Proton Longitudinal Relaxivities of Liposome-Type Radical Nanoparticles Prepared via a Supramolecular Approach
Langmuir, April 2020
Ryoma Shiraishi, Shota Matsumoto, Yasufumi Fuchi, Tatsuya Naganuma, Daisuke Yoshihara, Kazuteru Usui, Ken-ichi Yamada, Satoru Karasawa
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