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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann: Diagnostic media. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen & White, March 3, 1987: US04647447 (366 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic medium contains at least one physiologically well tolerated complex salt comprising an anion of a complexing acid and one or more central ion or ions of an element with an atomic number of 21 to 29, 42, 44 or 57 to 83 and, optionally, one or more physiologically biocompatible cation or ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang Mutzel, Georg Alexander Hoyer, Heinrich Pfeiffer deceased: Method of enhancing NMR imaging using chelated paramagnetic ions bound to biomolecules. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White & Zelano, June 4, 1991: US05021236 (153 worldwide citation)

Agents useful for influencing the relaxation times in NMR diagnostics, contain at least one paramagnetic, physiologically compatible complex salt comprising a chelate from an open-chain or cyclic complex-forming compound containing organic nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen and/or sulfur, and a complexed ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang Mutzel, Georg Alexander Hayden, Heinrich Pfeiffer: Method to enhance NMR imaging using chelated paramagnetic ions. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White & Zelano, October 16, 1990: US04963344 (89 worldwide citation)

Agents useful for influencing the relaxation times in NMR diagnostics, contain at least one paramagnetic, physiologically compatible complex salt comprising a chelate from an open-chain or cyclic complex-forming compound containing organic nitrogen, phosphorus, oxygen and/or sulfur, and a complexed ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang Mutzel, Georg Alexander Hoyer, Heinrich Pfeiffer deceased, Franz Josef Renneke: Gadolinium chelates for magnetic resonance imaging. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White Zelano & Branigan, November 8, 1994: US05362475 (36 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic medium contains at least one physiologically well tolerated complex salt comprising an anion of a complexing acid and one or more Gadolinium ions and, optionally, one or more physiologically biocompatible cation or cations of an inorganic and/or organic base or amino acid, optionally, w ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang Mutzel, Georg Alexander Hoyer, Heinrich Pfeiffer deceased, Franz Josef Renneke: Sterile composition comprising a chelate complex for magnetic resonance imaging. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White Zelano & Branigan P C, July 15, 1997: US05648063 (17 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic medium contains at least one physiologically well tolerated complex salt comprising an anion of a complexing acid and one or more central ion or ions of an element with an atomic number of 21 to 29, 42, 44 or 57 to 83 and, optionally, one or more physiologically biocompatible cation or ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang Mutzel, Georg Alexander Hoyer, Heinrich Pfeiffer, Franz Josef Renneke: Method of enhancing paramagnetism in chelates for MRI. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White Zelano & Branigan P C, October 1, 1996: US05560903 (3 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic medium contains at least one physiologically well tolerated complex salt comprising an anion of a complexing acid and one or more central ion or ions of an element with an atomic number of 21 to 29, 42, 44 or 57 to 83 and, optionally, one or more physiologically biocompatible cation or ...


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Heinz Gries, Douwe Rosenberg, Hanns Joachim Weinmann, Ulrich Speck, Wolfgang M utzel, Georg Alexander Hoyer, Heinrich Pfeiffer deceased, Franz Josef Renneke: Diagnostic media. Schering Aktiengesellschaft, Millen White Zelano & Branigan P C, January 21, 1997: US05595725 (1 worldwide citation)

A diagnostic medium contains at least one physiologically well tolerated complex salt comprising an anion of a complexing acid and one or more central ion or ions of an element with an atomic number of 21 to 29, 42, 44 or 57 to 83 and, optionally, one or more physiologically biocompatible cation or ...