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Negin Jalali Motlagh, M.D.

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  1. Wang C, Pulli B, Jalali Motlagh N, Li A, Wojtkiewicz GR, Schmidt SP, Wu Y, Zeller MWG, Chen JW. A versatile imaging platform with fluorescence and CT imaging capabilities that detects myeloperoxidase activity and inflammation at different scales. Theranostics. 2019; 9(25):7525-7536. PMID: 31695784.
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  2. Wang C, Keliher E, Zeller MWG, Wojtkiewicz GR, Aguirre AD, Buckbinder L, Kim HY, Chen J, Maresca K, Ahmed MS, Motlagh NJ, Nahrendorf M, Chen JW. An activatable PET imaging radioprobe is a dynamic reporter of myeloperoxidase activity in vivo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019 06 11; 116(24):11966-11971. PMID: 31123149.
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  3. Wang C, Pulli B, Jalali Motlagh N, Li A, Wojtkiewicz GR, Schmidt SP, Wu Y, Zeller MWG, Chen JW. Theranostics 2019; 9(25):7525-7536. doi:10.7150/thno.36264. A versatile imaging platform with fluorescence and CT imaging capabilities that detects myeloperoxidase activity and inflammation at different scales. View Publication.
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