Kamila Szulc, PhD candidate, co-authors MRM paper

Graduate student Kamila Szulc co-authors a paper highlighted in the cover of the journal Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.
The paper, titled Divalent Metal Transporter, DMT1: A Novel MRI Reporter Protein, explores a new method to generically boost Magnese-enhanced MRI signal properties of mouse cells, both in-vitro and in-vivo, by reverse-engineering the divalent metal transporter (DMT1), a major component of the molecular machinery involved in Magnese uptake. The research, conducted in Prof. Daniel Turnbull's lab, shows that "DMT1 provides an effective genetic MRI reporter for a wide range of biological and preclinical imaging applications," according to the abstract.


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