PrecisionMRX® nanoparticles are extensively characterized superparamagnetic nanoparticles designed for size-sensitive applications, such as superparamagnetic relaxometry, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic particle imaging, magnetically induced hyperthermia, and others. The core component of PrecisionMRX® nanoparticles is magnetite Fe3O4. PrecisionMRX® nanoparticles are 24.5 - 25.5 nm in diameter, and each manufactured lot has a narrow size dispersity of ± 1.5 nm.
PrecisionMRX® nanoparticles are commercially available with oleic acid, streptavidin, and carboxylic acid external coatings. For complete descriptions, pricing, and part numbers, visit our PrecisionMRX® nanoparticle web site PrecisionMRX.com.
Collaborative Work by CINT & Senior Scientific
This film was created by a film crew from the Los Alamos Laboratory to be part of the ongoing exhibit on nanotechnology at the Bradbury museum in Los Alamos for the Center for Integrative Nanotechnologies (CINT). It consists of interviews with Dr. Dale Huber and Edward R. Flynn which are partially overlaid visually by ongoing experiments and experimental results.
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Superparmagnetic Nanoparticle Structure
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Uniformly Sized Superparamagnetic Fe3O4.
Monolayer provides stability in aqueous suspensions.
Minimizes opsonization in biological applications.
Provides molecular specificity for targeting cells.