Eva Jakab Toth
Eva Jakab Toth
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The chemistry of contrast agents in medical magnetic resonance imaging
AS Merbach, L Helm, E Toth
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
Water-soluble gadofullerenes: toward high-relaxivity, pH-responsive MRI contrast agents
É Tóth, RD Bolskar, A Borel, G González, L Helm, AE Merbach, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (2), 799-805, 2005
First solvation shell of the Cu (II) aqua ion: evidence for fivefold coordination
A Pasquarello, I Petri, PS Salmon, O Parisel, R Car, É Tóth, DH Powell, ...
Science 291 (5505), 856-859, 2001
Superparamagnetic gadonanotubes are high-performance MRI contrast agents
B Sitharaman, KR Kissell, KB Hartman, LA Tran, A Baikalov, I Rusakova, ...
Chemical communications, 3915-3917, 2005
Relaxivity of MRI contrast agents
É Tóth, L Helm, AE Merbach
Contrast Agents I, 61-101, 2002
The role of water exchange in attaining maximum relaxivities for dendrimeric MRI contrast agents
É Tóth, D Pubanz, S Vauthey, L Helm, AE Merbach
Chemistry–A European Journal 2 (12), 1607-1615, 1996
Kinetics of formation and dissociation of lanthanide (III)-DOTA complexes
E Toth, E Brucher, I Lazar, I Toth
Inorganic chemistry 33 (18), 4070-4076, 1994
The impact of rigidity and water exchange on the relaxivity of a dendritic MRI contrast agent
GM Nicolle, É Tóth, H Schmitt‐Willich, B Radüchel, AE Merbach
Chemistry–A European Journal 8 (5), 1040-1048, 2002
GdIII Complexes with Fast Water Exchange and High Thermodynamic Stability: Potential Building Blocks for High‐Relaxivity MRI Contrast Agents
S Laus, R Ruloff, É Tóth, AE Merbach
Chemistry–A European Journal 9 (15), 3555-3566, 2003
High relaxivity confined to a small molecular space: a metallostar‐based, potential MRI contrast agent
JB Livramento, É Tóth, A Sour, A Borel, AE Merbach, R Ruloff
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 (10), 1480-1484, 2005
High relaxivity for monomeric Gd (DOTA)‐based MRI contrast agents, thanks to micellar self‐organization
JP André, É Tóth, H Fischer, A Seelig, HR Mäcke, AE Merbach
Chemistry–A European Journal 5 (10), 2977-2983, 1999
From monomers to micelles: investigation of the parameters influencing proton relaxivity
GM Nicolle, E Toth, KP Eisenwiener, HR Mäcke, AE Merbach
JBIC Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry 7 (7-8), 757-769, 2002
Noncovalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes with Amphiphilic Gd3+ Chelates:  Toward Powerful T1 and T2 MRI Contrast Agents
C Richard, BT Doan, JC Beloeil, M Bessodes, É Tóth, D Scherman
Nano letters 8 (1), 232-236, 2008
Gadonanotubes as ultrasensitive pH-smart probes for magnetic resonance imaging
KB Hartman, S Laus, RD Bolskar, R Muthupillai, L Helm, E Toth, ...
Nano letters 8 (2), 415-419, 2008
Detection of enzymatic activity by PARACEST MRI: a general approach to target a large variety of enzymes
T Chauvin, P Durand, M Bernier, H Meudal, BT Doan, F Noury, B Badet, ...
Angewandte Chemie 120 (23), 4442-4444, 2008
Destroying Gadofullerene Aggregates by Salt Addition in Aqueous Solution of Gd@C60(OH)x and Gd@C60[C(COOH2)]10
S Laus, B Sitharaman, É Tóth, RD Bolskar, L Helm, S Asokan, MS Wong, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (26), 9368-9369, 2005
Gallium (III) Complexes of DOTA and DOTA− Monoamide: Kinetic and Thermodynamic Studies
V Kubicek, J Havlickova, J Kotek, G Tircsó, P Hermann, É Tóth, I Lukes
Inorganic chemistry 49 (23), 10960-10969, 2010
Rotational dynamics account for pH‐dependent relaxivities of PAMAM dendrimeric, Gd‐based potential MRI contrast agents
S Laus, A Sour, R Ruloff, É Tóth, AE Merbach
Chemistry–A European Journal 11 (10), 3064-3076, 2005
Characterization of lanthanide (III) DOTP complexes: thermodynamics, protonation, and coordination to alkali metal ions
AD Sherry, J Ren, J Huskens, E Brücher, É Tóth, C Geraldes, M Castro, ...
Inorganic chemistry 35 (16), 4604-4612, 1996
Relaxivity of gadolinium (III) complexes: theory and mechanism
E Toth, L Helm, AE Merbach
The chemistry of contrast agents in medical magnetic resonance imaging 2, 2001
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