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Gadolinium-159     gadolinium

Synonyms: AC1L4Z44, 14041-42-0, Gadolinium, isotope of mass 159
 
 
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Disease relevance of gadolinium

 

Psychiatry related information on gadolinium

 

High impact information on gadolinium

  • The original finding by Dos Remedios and Dickens was that skeletal muscle actin forms microcrystals and tubes in the presence of the trivalent lanthanide gadolinium (Gd3+) [10].
  • Block of stretch-activated ion channels in Xenopus oocytes by gadolinium and calcium ions [11].
  • MEASURES: Each hospital was telephoned and asked their price and waiting time for 7 services: magnetic resonance imaging of the head without gadolinium; a screening mammogram; a 12-lead electrocardiogram; a prothrombin time measurement; a session of hemodialysis; a screening colonoscopy; and a total knee replacement [12].
  • Another FBH mutation, Y218S, had an EC50[Ca2+]o of > 50 mM but had only a mildly attenuated response to gadolinium, while the FBH mutations, R680C and P747fs, were unresponsive to either calcium or gadolinium [13].
  • While channel mechanosensitivity and osmotically evoked changes in cell volume are not affected by gadolinium, similar concentrations of the lanthanide inhibit cation permeation through the single channels and macroscopic osmoreceptor potentials [14].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of gadolinium

 

Biological context of gadolinium

 

Anatomical context of gadolinium

 

Associations of gadolinium with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of gadolinium

  • Amiloride and gadolinium, which block mechanosensation in vivo, inhibited RPK channels [32].
  • Multiple sclerosis patients with high mean serum gelatinase B levels had significantly more T1-weighted gadolinium-enhancing MRI lesions than those with mean levels within the control range [33].
  • In addition, calcium, magnesium, strontium, aluminum, gadolinium, and the calcimimetic NPS 568 resulted in a dose-dependent stimulation of GPRC6A overexpressed in human embryonic kidney cells 293 cells [34].
  • Four patients with gadolinium enhancement on MRI had the most pronounced drop in gelatinase B and uPA [35].
  • Because of the magnetic resonance (MR) imaging contrast enhancement provided by gadolinium, this derivative should enable the in vivo MR imaging of individual amyloid plaques in the brains of AD animals or patients to allow for early diagnosis and also provide a direct measure of the efficacy of anti-amyloid therapies currently being developed [36].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of gadolinium

  • Expression of mutant and wild-type receptors was assessed by Western analysis, and the effects of the mutation on extracellular calcium (Ca2+(o)) and gadolinium (Gd3+(o)) elicited increases in the cytosolic calcium concentration (Ca2+(i)) were examined in fura-2-loaded cells using dual wavelength fluorimetry [37].
  • Intravenous chelated gadolinium as a contrast agent in NMR imaging of cerebral tumours [38].
  • To investigate the prognostic value of gadolinium-enhanced MRI, we did a meta-analysis of longitudinal MRI studies [3].
  • RESULTS: Although accuracy varied greatly for all diagnostic modalities, summary ROC curves found that computed tomography angiography and gadolinium-enhanced, three-dimensional magnetic resonance angiography performed significantly better than the other diagnostic tests [39].
  • Tumor perfusion, as measured by the first-order rate constant of gadolinium plasma to tissue transfer during DCE-MRI studies, was found to decrease in eight of 10 patients [40].

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