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Inside Cover X-ray Photolysis To Release Ligands from Caged Reagents by an Intramolecular Antenna Sensitive to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 412011)

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Remote-controlled
molecular probes …
… allow the release of compounds in media inaccessible for nonintrusive methods. In
their Communication on page 9708 ff., P. I. Dalko and co-workers show that these
probes can be monitored by magnetic resonance imaging techniques and are activated
by X-ray or g light. This method overcomes a current limitation in permitting the use of
photolysis as an experimental tool in otherwise inaccessible materials that are not
penetrated by light.
Inside Cover
Morgane Petit, Guillaume Bort, Bich-Thuy Doan, Ccile Sicard,
David Ogden, Daniel Scherman, Clotilde Ferroud, and Peter I. Dalko*
Remote-controlled molecular probes allow the release of compounds in media
inaccessible for nonintrusive methods. In their Communication on page 9708 ff., P. I.
Dalko and co-workers show that these probes can be monitored by magnetic
resonance imaging techniques and are activated by X-ray or g light. This method
overcomes a current limitation in permitting the use of photolysis as an experimental
tool in otherwise inaccessible materials that are not penetrated by light.
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