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Research Paper 2008 Wiley-Vch

Raymond Schaak

“The downside of my job is having to sometimes be the bearer of bad news. My favorite food is anything I can cook on a grill, especially salmon ...” This and more about Raymond Schaak can be found on page 3002.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2018, 57, No. 12, 3002–3002.


Gilberte Chambaud
Driving Chemistry and Europe

… Mobility that favors individual exchanges between researchers is extremely important for the scientific community. The merging of scientific publications within a consortium of European journals and the creation of the European Chemistry Congresses have been major successes …” Read more in the Guest Editorial by Gilberte Chambaud.

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2018, 57, No. 9, 2264–2265.

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Genetically Controlled Lysosomal Entrapment of Superparamagnetic Ferritin for Multimodal and Multiscale Imaging and Actuation with Low Tissue Attenuation

Christoph Massner, Felix Sigmund, Susanne Pettinger, Markus Seeger, Carolin Hartmann, Natalia P. Ivleva, Reinhard Niessner, Helmut Fuchs, Martin Hrabě de Angelis, Anja Stelzl, Neha Lal Koonakampully, Hannes Rolbieski, Ulf Wiedwald, Marina Spasova, Wolfgang Wurst, Vasilis Ntziachristos, Michael Winklhofer and Gil G. Westmeyer

Version of Record online: 13 MAR 2018 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201706793

Genetically controlled cellular uptake and lysosomal confinement of superparamagnetic ferritins (magnetoferritins) enable interrogation of cellular processes with deep tissue penetration via optoacoustic imaging, third harmonic generation microscopy, photoablation, as well as magnetic resonance imaging and magnetic cell sorting and manipulation. A substantial increase of the blocking temperature of lysosomal magnetoferritins furthermore allows for ablation of genetically defined cells by local magnetic hyperthermia.

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