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Supramolecular Chemistry in Biomedical Imaging

Monographs in Supramolecular Chemistry

Series editors:

Philip Gale, The University of Sydney, Australia

Jonathan Steed, Durham University, UK

Titles in this series:

1: Cyclophanes

2: Calixarenes

3: Crown Ethers and Cryptands

4: Container Molecules and Their Guests

5: Membranes and Molecular Assemblies: The Synkinetic Approach

6: Calixarenes Revisited

7: Self-assembly in Supramolecular Systems

8: Anion Receptor Chemistry

9: Boronic Acids in Saccharide Recognition

10: Calixarenes: An Introduction, 2nd Edition

11: Polymeric and Self Assembled Hydrogels: From Fundamental Understanding to Applications

12: Molecular Logic-based Computation

13: Supramolecular Systems in Biomedical Fields

14: Synthetic Receptors for Biomolecules: Design Principles and Applications

15: Polyrotaxane and Slide-Ring Materials

16: Boron: Sensing, Synthesis and Supramolecular Self-Assembly

17: Porous Polymers: Design, Synthesis and Applications

18: Pillararenes

19: Supramolecular Chemistry at Surfaces

20: Aromatic Interactions: Frontiers in Knowledge and Application

21: Naphthalenediimide and its Congeners: From Molecules to Materials

22: Functional Supramolecular Materials: From Surfaces to MOFs

23: Supramolecular Amphiphiles

24: Co-crystals: Preparation, Characterization and Applications

25: Molecular Gels: Structure and Dynamics

26: Understanding Intermolecular Interactions in the Solid State: Approaches and Techniques

27: Metallomacrocycles: From Structures to Applications

28: Cucurbiturils and Related Macrocycles

29: Dendrimer Chemistry: Synthetic Approaches Towards Complex Architectures

30: Supramolecular Protein Chemistry: Assembly, Architecture and Application

31: Reactivity in Confined Spaces

32: Porphyrin-based Supramolecular Architectures: From Hierarchy to Functions

33: Supramolecular Chemistry in Biomedical Imaging

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Supramolecular Chemistry in Biomedical Imaging

Edited by

Stephen Faulkner

University of Oxford, UK

Thorfinnur Gunnlaugsson

The University of Dublin, Ireland

and

Gearóid M. Ó Máille

The University of Dublin, Ireland

graphic

Monographs in Supramolecular Chemistry No. 33

Print ISBN: 978-1-78262-297-0

PDF ISBN: 978-1-78262-402-8

EPUB ISBN: 978-1-83916-137-7

Print ISSN: 1368-8642

Electronic ISSN: 2041-7144

A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library

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