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Academic Article Contrast agent electrostatic attraction rather than repulsion to glycosaminoglycans affords a greater contrast uptake ratio and improved quantitative CT imaging in cartilage.
Academic Article Contrast enhanced computed tomography can predict the glycosaminoglycan content and biomechanical properties of articular cartilage.
Academic Article Contrast-enhanced CT with a high-affinity cationic contrast agent for imaging ex vivo bovine, intact ex vivo rabbit, and in vivo rabbit cartilage.
Academic Article Effect of contrast agent charge on visualization of articular cartilage using computed tomography: exploiting electrostatic interactions for improved sensitivity.
Academic Article Effect of in ovo immobilization on development of chick hind-limb articular cartilage: an evaluation using micro-MRI measurement of delayed gadolinium uptake.
Academic Article Cationic contrast agents improve quantification of glycosaminoglycan (GAG) content by contrast enhanced CT imaging of cartilage.
Concept Cartilage, Articular
Concept Cartilage
Concept Cartilage Diseases
Academic Article Cationic agent contrast-enhanced computed tomography imaging of cartilage correlates with the compressive modulus and coefficient of friction.
Academic Article A large-molecular-weight polyanion, synthesized via ring-opening metathesis polymerization, as a lubricant for human articular cartilage.
Academic Article Tantalum oxide nanoparticles for the imaging of articular cartilage using X-ray computed tomography: visualization of ex vivo/in vivo murine tibia and ex vivo human index finger cartilage.
Academic Article Effect of mechanical convection on the partitioning of an anionic iodinated contrast agent in intact patellar cartilage.
Academic Article A cationic gadolinium contrast agent for magnetic resonance imaging of cartilage.
Academic Article Contrast-enhanced CT facilitates rapid, non-destructive assessment of cartilage and bone properties of the human metacarpal.
Academic Article A Tissue-Penetrating Double Network Restores the Mechanical Properties of Degenerated Articular Cartilage.
Academic Article Contrast-enhanced CT using a cationic contrast agent enables non-destructive assessment of the biochemical and biomechanical properties of mouse tibial plateau cartilage.
Academic Article Assessing Cartilage Biomechanical Properties: Techniques for Evaluating the Functional Performance of Cartilage in Health and Disease.
Academic Article Reinforcement of articular cartilage with a tissue-interpenetrating polymer network reduces friction and modulates interstitial fluid load support.
Academic Article Synthesis and Preclinical Characterization of a Cationic Iodinated Imaging Contrast Agent (CA4+) and Its Use for Quantitative Computed Tomography of Ex Vivo Human Hip Cartilage.
Academic Article Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography Enables Quantitative Evaluation of Tissue Properties at Intrajoint Regions in Cadaveric Knee Cartilage.
Academic Article Murine articular cartilage morphology and compositional quantification with high resolution cationic contrast-enhanced µCT.
Academic Article Functional effects of an interpenetrating polymer network on articular cartilage mechanical properties.
Academic Article Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CECT) attenuation is associated with stiffness of intact knee cartilage.
Academic Article Assessment of healthy trapeziometacarpal cartilage properties using indentation testing and contrast-enhanced computed tomography.
Academic Article Evaluation of equine articular cartilage degeneration after mechanical impact injury using cationic contrast-enhanced computed tomography.
Academic Article Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography Scoring System for Distinguishing Early Osteoarthritis Disease States: A Feasibility Study.
Academic Article Protocol development for synchrotron contrast-enhanced CT of human hip cartilage.
Academic Article A Synthetic Bottle-brush Polyelectrolyte Reduces Friction and Wear of Intact and Previously Worn Cartilage.
Academic Article dGEMRIC and CECT Comparison of Cationic and Anionic Contrast Agents in Cadaveric Human Metacarpal Cartilage.
Academic Article Evaluation of musculoskeletal phenotype of the G608G progeria mouse model with lonafarnib, pravastatin, and zoledronic acid as treatment groups.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.