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Strong tumor MR contrast enhancement with novel nanomaterial in an oncogene-driven breast cancer model
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has high spatial resolution, involves no ionizing radiation, and has therefore come to play a pivotal role for the visualization and quantification of tumors. The contrast agents (CA) used in many MRI investigations to improve the specificity and sensitivity of tumor diagnosis are small molecules containing gadolinium (Gd).