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In vivo EPR extracellular pH-metry in tumors using a triphosphonated trityl radical.

Bibliographic reference Marchand, Valérie ; Levêque, Philippe ; Driesschaert, Benoît ; Marchand-Brynaert, Jacqueline ; Gallez, Bernard. In vivo EPR extracellular pH-metry in tumors using a triphosphonated trityl radical.. In: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol. 77, p. 2438-2443 (2017)
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