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  Last Updated: February 27, 2018 
Nanotechnology Activities Survey in Spain

Name of the Laboratory Nanobiotechnology and Molecular Imaging
Department
Institution

Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares

Institution (Acronym) CNIC
Contact Person (e-mail) HERRANZ RABANAL, Fernando / HERRANZ RABANAL, Fernando
Address C/ Melchor Fernández Almagro 3
Postal code 28029
Province Madrid
Autonomous Region Madrid
Country Spain
Phone +34 914531279 (Ext. 4105)
Fax
Website http://www.cnic.es
Main Research Areas

* Nano-radiotracers
* Molecular Imaging
* positive contrast MRI
* Atherosclerosis


Participating Projects

* Multiple Identification of Vulnerable Atherosclerosis Plaque; Hybrid Imaging and Specific Nano-Radiotracers
Coordinator: Fernando Herranz: Mineco (175.000 €)

* Nanotechnology-driven early diagnosis of pulmonary hypertension
Coordinator: Fernando Herranz: CIBER (22.000 €)

* Multiple detection of vulnerable atherosclerosis plaque; cardioNanoGOLD
Coordinator: Fernando Herranz: Instituto de Salud Carlos III (44.000 €)


Three more relevant publications within 2015-2018

* 'One-Step Fast Synthesis of Nanoparticles for MRI: Coating Chemistry as the Key Variable Determining Positive or Negative Contrast'
  J. Pellico, J. Ruiz-Cabello, I. Fernandez-Barahona, L. Gutierrez, A. V. Lechuga-Vieco, J. A. Enríquez, M. P. Morales, and F. Herranz - Langmuir 2017, 33, 10239−10247

* 'In vivo imaging of lung inflammation with neutrophil- specific 68Ga nano-radiotracer'
  J. Pellico, A. V. Lechuga-Vieco, E. Almarza, A. Hidalgo, C. Mesa-Nuñez, I. Fernández-Barahona, J. A. Quintana, J. Bueren, J. A. Enríquez, J. Ruiz-C - Scientific Reports 2017, 7: 13242

* 'Protein corona and phospholipase activity drive selective accumulation of nanomicelles in atherosclerotic plaques'
  A. V. Lechuga-Vieco, H. Groult, J. Pellico, J. Mateo, J. A. Enríquez, J. Ruiz-Cabello, F. Herranz - Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine 14 (2018) 643–650


Instruments and equipment available

* MRI 7T magnet
* PET/CT multimodality imaging
* Zetasizer nano
* Relaxometer Bruker mq60, 1.5T


funding 2015-2018 (In thousand Euro)
 
MECD/MINECO/MINETUR
CC.AA.
UE
Private
Total for years
2015
0
0
0
0
0
2016
241
0
0
0
241
2017
0
0
0
0
0
2018
0
0
0
0
0
Total for organism type
241
-
-
-

Total 2015-2018

241


Number of researchers (10)
Permanent positions (Prof, Dr) 3
PhD(contracted) 0
PhD Students 2
Technicians 1
Others 2
PhD 2015-2018 2
PhD Ramon y Cajal (currently) 0

Participation in other Networks

CIBERES


Useful web links or contacts for NANOSPAIN Network

www.ciberes.org


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