Christopher Witte
Christopher Witte
University of Melbourne
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei witte.net.au
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Development of an antibody-based, modular biosensor for 129Xe NMR molecular imaging of cells at nanomolar concentrations
HM Rose, C Witte, F Rossella, S Klippel, C Freund, L Schröder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (32), 11697-11702, 2014
892014
Cell tracking with caged xenon: using cryptophanes as MRI reporters upon cellular internalization
S Klippel, J Döpfert, J Jayapaul, M Kunth, F Rossella, M Schnurr, C Witte, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 53 (2), 493-496, 2014
802014
Live‐cell MRI with Xenon Hyper‐CEST Biosensors Targeted to Metabolically Labeled Cell‐Surface Glycans
C Witte, V Martos, HM Rose, S Reinke, S Klippel, L Schröder, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (9), 2806-2810, 2015
742015
Identification, classification, and signal amplification capabilities of high-turnover gas binding hosts in ultra-sensitive NMR
M Kunth, C Witte, A Hennig, L Schröder
Chemical science 6 (11), 6069-6075, 2015
472015
NMR of hyperpolarised probes
C Witte, L Schröder
NMR in Biomedicine 26 (7), 788-802, 2013
462013
Biomembrane Interactions of Functionalized Cryptophane‐A: Combined Fluorescence and 129Xe NMR Studies of a Bimodal Contrast Agent
J Sloniec, M Schnurr, C Witte, U Resch‐Genger, L Schröder, A Hennig
Chemistry–A European Journal 19 (9), 3110-3118, 2013
442013
Preparation of biogenic gas vesicle nanostructures for use as contrast agents for ultrasound and MRI
A Lakshmanan, GJ Lu, A Farhadi, SP Nety, M Kunth, A Lee-Gosselin, ...
Nature protocols 12 (10), 2050, 2017
412017
Observing and preventing rubidium runaway in a direct-infusion xenon-spin hyperpolarizer optimized for high-resolution hyper-CEST (chemical exchange saturation transfer using …
C Witte, M Kunth, F Rossella, L Schröder
The Journal of Chemical Physics 140 (8), 084203, 2014
372014
Optimized Use of Reversible Binding for Fast and Selective NMR Localization of Caged Xenon
M Kunth, J Döpfert, C Witte, F Rossella, L Schröder
Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2012
362012
Functionalized 129 Xe as a potential biosensor for membrane fluidity
M Schnurr, C Witte, L Schröder
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (34), 14178-14181, 2013
352013
Hyperpolarized xenon for NMR and MRI applications
C Witte, M Kunth, J Döpfert, F Rossella, L Schröder
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e4268, 2012
342012
Finite difference method calculations of X-ray absorption fine structure for copper
JD Bourke, CT Chantler, C Witte
Physics Letters A 360 (6), 702-706, 2007
342007
Modeling atomic-resolution scanning transmission electron microscopy images
SD Findlay, MP Oxley, LJ Allen
Microscopy and Microanalysis 14 (1), 48, 2008
302008
Quantitative chemical exchange saturation transfer with hyperpolarized nuclei (qHyper-CEST): Sensing xenon-host exchange dynamics and binding affinities by NMR
M Kunth, C Witte, L Schröder
The Journal of chemical physics 141 (19), 194202, 2014
292014
Fast Gradient‐Encoded CEST Spectroscopy of Hyperpolarized Xenon
J Döpfert, C Witte, L Schröder
ChemPhysChem 15 (2), 261-264, 2014
292014
Modelling high-resolution electron microscopy based on core-loss spectroscopy
LJ Allen, SD Findlay, MP Oxley, C Witte, NJ Zaluzec
Ultramicroscopy 106 (11-12), 1001-1011, 2006
292006
Slice-selective gradient-encoded CEST spectroscopy for monitoring dynamic parameters and high-throughput sample characterization
J Döpfert, C Witte, L Schröder
Journal of magnetic resonance 237, 34-39, 2013
282013
Continuous‐wave saturation considerations for efficient xenon depolarization
M Kunth, C Witte, L Schröder
NMR in Biomedicine 28 (6), 601-606, 2015
232015
Ultrafast CEST imaging
J Döpfert, M Zaiss, C Witte, L Schröder
Journal of magnetic resonance 243, 47-53, 2014
232014
Depolarization laplace transform analysis of exchangeable hyperpolarized 129Xe for detecting ordering phases and cholesterol content of biomembrane models
M Schnurr, C Witte, L Schröder
Biophysical journal 106 (6), 1301-1308, 2014
222014
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