Pratip K. Bhattacharya

Affiliations: 
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center 
Area:
Hyperpolarization, real-time imaging and chemistry
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Bhattacharya, Pratip K (2004) Reactivity and structural studies of metal complexes bound to DNA. Dissertation (Ph.D.), California Institute of Technology.

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Jacqueline K. Barton grad student 2004 Caltech
 (Reactivity and structural studies of metal complexes bound to DNA)
Daniel P. Weitekamp post-doc 2004-2006 Caltech
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Ornelas A, McCullough CR, Lu Z, et al. (2016) Induction of autophagy by ARHI (DIRAS3) alters fundamental metabolic pathways in ovarian cancer models. Bmc Cancer. 16: 824
Jeong G, Lee JW, Gong G, et al. (2016) Bio-interfacial magnetic resonance imaging of hyperpolarized contrast agents for metabolic flux interrogation in vivo Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 36: 224-228
Benito J, Ramirez MS, Millward NZ, et al. (2015) Hypoxia-activated prodrug TH-302 targets hypoxic bone marrow niches in pre-clinical leukemia models. Clinical Cancer Research : An Official Journal of the American Association For Cancer Research
Whiting N, Hu J, Constantinou P, et al. (2015) Developing hyperpolarized silicon particles for advanced biomedical imaging applications Progress in Biomedical Optics and Imaging - Proceedings of Spie. 9417
Whiting N, Hu J, Shah JV, et al. (2015) Real-Time MRI-Guided Catheter Tracking Using Hyperpolarized Silicon Particles Scientific Reports. 5
Lee Y, Zacharias NM, Piwnica-Worms D, et al. (2014) Chemical Reaction-Induced Multi-Molecular Polarization (CRIMP) Chemical Communications. 50: 13030-13033
Cassidy MC, Chan HR, Ross BD, et al. (2013) In vivo magnetic resonance imaging of hyperpolarized silicon particles. Nature Nanotechnology. 8: 363-8
Lingwood MD, Siaw TA, Sailasuta N, et al. (2012) Hyperpolarized water as an MR imaging contrast agent: feasibility of in vivo imaging in a rat model. Radiology. 265: 418-25
Zacharias NM, Chan HR, Sailasuta N, et al. (2012) Real-time molecular imaging of tricarboxylic acid cycle metabolism in vivo by hyperpolarized 1-(13)C diethyl succinate. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 134: 934-43
Bhattacharya P, Chekmenev EY, Reynolds WF, et al. (2011) Parahydrogen-induced polarization (PHIP) hyperpolarized MR receptor imaging in vivo: a pilot study of 13C imaging of atheroma in mice. Nmr in Biomedicine. 24: 1023-8
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