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This article describes an elegant way to increase the throughput of a hyperpolarizer by storing the hyperpolarized materials separated from the polarizing agents.






Ji, X., et al., Transportable hyperpolarized metabolites. Nat Commun, 2017. 8: p. 13975.


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<div style="text-align: justify;">Nuclear spin hyperpolarization of 13C-labelled metabolites by dissolution dynamic nuclear polarization can enhance the NMR signals of metabolites by several orders of magnitude, which has enabled in vivo metabolic imaging by MRI. However, because of the short lifetime of the hyperpolarized magnetization (typically
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