alexa Magnetic resonance imaging of gadolinium-labeled pancreatic islets for experimental transplantation.
Genetics & Molecular Biology

Genetics & Molecular Biology

Journal of Molecular Imaging & Dynamics

Author(s): Biancone L, Crich SG, Cantaluppi V, Romanazzi GM, Russo S,

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Abstract New imaging techniques that couple anatomical resolution to sensitivity may greatly contribute to improving islet transplantation. In the present work, a report is given of the direct detection of islets by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) after ex vivo cell labeling with the MRI T(1) contrast agent GdHPDO3A. Experiments on mouse and human islets demonstrated well-tolerated uptake of GdHPDO3A, based on morphology, viability, glucose-dependent insulin response and apoptosis/toxicity gene array profile. GdHPDO3A loading was sufficient for in vitro MRI cell detection. In vivo isotransplanted mouse islets into the kidney capsule and xenotransplanted human islets within the mouse liver were detected. Imaging specificity was supported by the absence of signal in unlabeled islet transplants, its persistence upon using fat-suppression MRI protocols and the colocalization with the transplanted islets. In conclusion, direct islet imaging with high spatial and contrast resolution after labeling with GdHPDO3A is demonstrated, allowing visualization of kidney subcapsular mouse islet grafts and intrahepatic human islet xenografts. This article was published in NMR Biomed and referenced in Journal of Molecular Imaging & Dynamics

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