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Microencapsulation of paramagnetic particles by pyrroxylin to preserve their responsiveness to oxygen when used as sensors for in vivo EPR oximetry

Bibliographic reference Gallez, Bernard ; Jordan, Bénédicte ; Baudelet, Christine. Microencapsulation of paramagnetic particles by pyrroxylin to preserve their responsiveness to oxygen when used as sensors for in vivo EPR oximetry. In: Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Vol. 42, no. 1, p. 193-196 (1999)
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