Publications 2012

Publications

1.  Mitchell DG, Quine RW, Tseitlin M, Eaton SS and Eaton GR, X-band rapid-scan EPR of nitroxyl radicals. J Magn Reson. 2012. 214(1): p. 221-226

2.  Elas, M, Ichikawa, K, Halpern, HJ. Oxidative Stress Imaging in Live Animals with Techniques Based on Electron Paramagnetic Resonance. Radiation Research. 2012. 177(4): p. 514-523

3.  Tormyshev, VM, Genaev, AM, Sal’nikov, GE, Rogozhnikova, OY, Troitskaya, TI, Trukhin, DV, Mamatyuk, VM, Fadeev, DS, Halpern, HJ, Triarylmethanols bearing bulky aryl groups: a direct evidence of two-ring-flip mechanism for reversal of molecular propellers. Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2012 (3): p. 623–629

4.  Eaton, SS, Eaton, GR, The world as viewed by and with unpaired electrons, Journal of Magnetic Resonance. 2012 (223): p. 151-163

5.  Nakagawa K, Ohba T, Epel B, and Hirata H, The 9 GHz EPR Imager for Thin Materials: anApplication to Surface Detection. J Oleo Sci. 2012 (8): p. 451-456

6.   Biller JR, Meyer VM, Elajaili H, Rosen GM, Eaton SS, Eaton GR, Frequency dependence of electron spin relaxation times in aqueous solution for a nitronyl nitroxide radical and per-deuterated-tempone between 250 MHz and 43 GHz. J Magn Reson. 2012 (225): p. 52-57. PMCID: PMC3538045.

Conference Abstracts

1.      Redler G, Epel B, Halpern HJ, Principal component analysis enhanced dynamic electron paramagnetic resonance imaging of cycling hypoxia in vivo. Translational Research to Inform Modern Medicine: Joint Institutional Symposium, Chicago, IL, September 2012.

2.      Epel B, Redler G, Halpern HJ, Electron paramagnetic resonance in vivo oxygen imaging. Translational Research to Inform Modern Medicine: Joint Institutional Symposium, Chicago, IL, September 2012.

3.      Halpern HJ, Elas M, Epel B, Redler G, Seifi P, Barth ED, Subramanian VS, Butler B, Li C, Magwood JM, Pelizzari CA, Weichselbaum RR, Oxygen imaging in tumors, Oxygenalia, Poznan, Poland, October 2012.