Refereed Journal Publications

  1. Broeke NC, Peterson J, Lee J, Martin P, Farag A, Gomez-Lemus J, Moussa M, Gaed M, Chin J, Pautler SE, Ward A, Bauman G, Bartha R, Scholl TJ, Characterization of Clinical Human Prostate Cancer Lesions Using 3.0-T Sodium MRI Registered to Gleason-Graded Whole-Mount Histopathology. Radiology (in review).
  2. Lim H, Albatany H, Martínez-Santiesteban F, Bartha R and Scholl TJ, Longitudinal Measurements of Intra- and Extracellular pH Gradient in a Rat Model of Glioma. Tomography (accepted).
  3. Le TNT, Lim H, Hamilton AM, Parkins KM, Chen Y, Scholl TJ and Ronald JA, Characterization of an Orthotopic Rat Model of Glioblastoma Using Multiparametric Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Bioluminescence Imaging. Tomography (accepted).
  4. Lim H, Martinez-Santiesteban F, Jensen M, Chen A, Wong E and Scholl TJ, Monitoring early changes in tumor metabolism in response to therapy using hyperpolarized 13C MRSI in a preclinical model of glioma. Scientific Reports (in review).
  5. Wang X, Milne M, Martínez F, Scholl TJ and Hudson RHE, Synthesis of a poly(Gd(III)-DOTA)-PNA conjugate as a potential MRI contrast agent via Post-Synthetic Click Chemistry Functionalization, RSC Advances, 2017. 7: p. 45222–45226. [PDF]
  6. Araya YT, Martínez-Santiesteban F, Handler WB, Harris CT, Chronik BA, Scholl TJ, Nuclear magnetic relaxation dispersion of murine tissue for development of T1 (R1) dispersion contrast imaging. NMR in Biomedicine, 2017. 30(12): p. e3789. [PDF]
  7. Martinez-Santiesteban FM, Dang TP, Lim H, Chen AP, Scholl TJ, T1 Nuclear Magnetic Relaxation Dispersion of the Sodium and Cesium Salts of Hyperpolarized 13C-Bicarbonate. NMR in Biomedicine, 2017. 30(9): e3749.[PDF]
  8. Haedicke IE, Li T, Zhu YLK, Martinez F, Hamilton AM, Murrell DH, Nofiele JT, Cheng H-LM, Scholl TJ, Foster PJ and Zhang X-a, An enzyme-activatable and cell-permeable Mn-III Porphyrin as a Highly Efficient T1 MRI Contrast Agent for Cell Labeling. Chemical Science, 2016. 7: p. 4308–4317.[PDF]
  9. Mousavi SR, Wang H, Hesabgar SM, Scholl TJ, Samani A, A novel shape-similarity-based elastography technique for prostate cancer assessment. Medical Physics, 2015. 42(9): p. 5110-5119. [PDF]
  10. Farag A, Peterson J, Szekeres T, Bauman G, Chin J, Romagnoli C, Bartha R, Scholl TJ, Unshielded Asymmetric Transmit-Only and Endorectal Receive-Only RF Coil for 23Na MRI of the Prostate at 3 Tesla. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2015. 42(2): p. 436-45. [PDF]
  11. Santyr G, Fox M, Thind K, Hegarty E, Ouriadov A, Scholl TJ, Van Dyk J, Wong E, Anatomical, Functional and Metabolic Imaging of Radiation-Induced Lung Injury using Hyperpolarized MRI. NMR in Biomedicine, 2014. 27(12): p. 1515-1524. [PDF]
  12. Thind K, Jensen MD, Hegarty E, Chen AP, Lim H, Martínez F, Van Dyk J, Wong E, Scholl TJ, Santyr GE, Mapping metabolic changes associated with early Radiation Induced Lung Injury post conformal radiotherapy using hyperpolarized 13C-pyruvate Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging. Radiotherapy and Oncology, 2014. 110(2): p. 317-322. [PDF]
  13. Cheng W, Ganesh T, Martínez F, Lam J, Yoon H, Macgregor R, Jr., Scholl TJ, Cheng H-L, Zhang X-a, Binding of a dimeric manganese porphyrin to serum albumin: towards a gadolinium-free blood-pool T1 MRI contrast agent. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry, 2014. 19(2): p. 229-235. [PDF]
  14. Cheng W, Haedicke IE, Nofiele J, Martínez F, Beera K, Scholl TJ, Cheng H-LM, Zhang X-a, Complementary Strategies for Developing Gd-Free High-Field T1 MRI Contrast Agents Based on Mn(III) Porphyrins. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2014. 57(2): p. 516-520. [PDF]
  15. Handler WB, Harris CT, Scholl TJ, Parker DL, Goodrich KC, Dalrymple B, Van Sas F, Chronik BA, New head gradient coil design and construction techniques. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2014. 39(5): p. 1088-1095. [PDF]
  16. Lim H, Thind K, Alejski A, Martínez F, Scholl TJ, Construction and Evaluation of a Switch-Tuned 13C - 1H Birdcage Radiofrequency Coil for Imaging the Metabolism of Hyperpolarized 13C-Enriched Compounds. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2014. 40(5): p. 1082-1090. [PDF]
  17. Harris CT, Handler WB, Araya Y, Martínez-Santiesteban F, Alford JK, Dalrymple B, Van Sas F, Chronik BA,Scholl TJ, Development and optimization of hardware for delta relaxation enhanced MRI. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2014. 72(4): p. 1182-1190. [PDF]
  18. Mallett CL, Lim H, Thind K, Chen Y, Ribot EJ, Martínez F, Scholl TJ, Foster PJ, Longitudinal anatomical and metabolic MRI characterization of orthotopic xenograft prostate tumors in nude mice. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2014. 40(4): p. 848-856. [PDF]
  19. Thind K, Chen A, Friesen-Waldner L, Ouriadov A, Scholl TJ, Fox M, Wong E, Van Dyk J, Hope A, Santyr G, Detection of radiation-induced lung injury using hyperpolarized 13C magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2013. 70(3): p. 601-609. [PDF]
  20. Soleimani A, Martínez F,
Economopoulos V, Foster PJ, Scholl TJ, Gillies ER, Polymer cross-linking: a nanogel approach to enhancing the relaxivity of MRI contrast agents. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2013. 1(7): p. 1027-1034. [PDF]
  21. Ta R, Suchy M, Tam JH, Li AX, Martínez-Santiesteban F, Scholl TJ, Hudson RH, Bartha R, Pasternak SH, A dual magnetic resonance imaging/fluorescent contrast agent for Cathepsin-D detection. Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging, 2013. 8(2): p. 127-39. [PDF]
  22. Chattergoon N, Martínez-Santiesteban F, Handler WB, Ardenkjær-Larsen JH, Scholl TJ, Field dependence of T1 for hyperpolarized [1-13C]pyruvate. Contrast Media and Molecular Imaging, 2013. 8(1): p. 57-62. [PDF]
  23. Nazemi A, Martínez F, Scholl TJ, Gillies ER, Biodegradable dendritic polymersomes as modular, high-relaxivity MRI contrast agents. RSC Advances, 2012. 2(21): p. 7971-7973.[PDF]
  24. Friesen-Waldner L, Chen A, Mander W, Scholl TJ, McKenzie CA, Optimisation of dynamic nuclear polarisation of [1-13C] pyruvate by addition of gadolinium-based contrast agents. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 2012. 223: p. 85-9. [PDF]
  25. Brustad EM, Lelyveld VS, Snow CD, Crook N, Jung ST, Martínez FM, Scholl TJ, Jasanoff A, Arnold FH, Structure-Guided Directed Evolution of Highly Selective P450-Based Magnetic Resonance Imaging Sensors for Dopamine and Serotonin. Journal of Molecular Biology, 2012. 422(2): p. 245-262.[PDF]
  26. Feldman RE, Scholl TJ, Alford JK, Handler WB, Harris CT, Chronik BA, Results for Diffusion-Weighted Imaging With a Fourth-Channel Gradient Insert. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2011. 66(6): p. 1798-1808. [PDF]
  27. Bindseil GA, Gilbert KM, Scholl TJ, Handler WB, Chronik BA, First Image from a Combined Positron Emission Tomography and Field-Cycled MRI System. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2011. 66(1): p. 301-305. [PDF]
  28. Atkins KM, Martínez FM, Nazemi A, Scholl TJ, Gillies ER, Poly(para-phenylene ethynylene)s functionalized with Gd(III) chelates as potential MRI contrast agents. Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 2011. 89(1): p. 47-56.[PDF]
  29. Recoskie BJ, Scholl TJ, Zinke-Allmang M, Chronik BA, Sensory and Motor Stimulation Thresholds of the Ulnar Nerve from Electric and Magnetic Field Stimuli: Implications to Gradient Coil Operation. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2010. 64(6): p. 1567-1579.[PDF]
  30. Peng H, Handler WB, Scholl TJ, Simpson PJ, Chronik BA, Proof-of-principle study of a small animal PET/field-cycled MRI combined system using conventional PMT technology. Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A-Accelerators Spectrometers Detectors and Associated Equipment, 2010. 612(2): p. 412-420.[PDF]
  31. Hudson P, Hudson SD, Handler WB, Scholl TJ, Chronik BA, Quantitative Comparison of Minimum Inductance and Minimum Power Algorithms for the Design of Shim Coils for Small Animal Imaging. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B-Magnetic Resonance Engineering, 2010. 37B(2): p. 65-74. [PDF]
  32. Recoskie BJ, Scholl TJ, Chronik BA, The discrepancy between human peripheral nerve chronaxie times as measured using magnetic and electric field stimuli: the relevance to MRI gradient coil safety. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2009. 54(19): p. 5965-5979.[PDF]
  33. Goodrich KC, Hadley JR, Moon SM, Chronik BA, Scholl TJ, Debever JT, Parker DL, Design, Fabrication, Testing of an Insertable Double-Imaging-Region Gradient Coil. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B -Magnetic Resonance Engineering, 2009. 35B(2): p. 98-105.[PDF]
  34. Gilbert KM, Scholl TJ, Handler WB, Alford JK, Chronik BA, Evaluation of a Positron Emission Tomography (PET)-Compatible Field-Cycled MRI (FCMRI) Scanner. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2009. 62(4): p. 1017-1025.[PDF]
  35. Alford JK, Scholl TJ, Handler WB, Chronik BA, Design and Construction of a Prototype High-Power Insert Coil for Field-Cycled Imaging in Superconducting MRI Systems. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B -Magnetic Resonance Engineering, 2009. 35B(1): p. 1-10. [PDF]
  36. Alford JK, Rutt BK, Scholl TJ, Handler WB, Chronik BA, Delta Relaxation Enhanced MR: Improving Activation-Specificity of Molecular Probes through R1 Dispersion Imaging. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 2009. 61(4): p. 796-802.[PDF]
  37. Gilbert KM, Scholl TJ, Chronik BA, RF coil loading measurements between 1 and 50 MHz to guide field-cycled MRI system design. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B-Magnetic Resonance Engineering, 2008. 33B(3): p. 177-191.[PDF]
  38. Gilbert KM, Handler WB, Scholl TJ, Odegaard JW, Chronik BA, Design of field-cycled magnetic resonance systems for small animal imaging. Physics in Medicine and Biology, 2006. 51(11): p. 2825-2841. [PDF]
  39. Gilbert KM, Dalrymple B, Handler WB, Scholl TJ, Chronik BA, Fabrication of low-field water-cooled resistive magnets for small animal magnetic resonance imaging. Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part B-Magnetic Resonance Engineering, 2006. 29B(4): p. 168-175.[PDF]