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JE Huckle, MP Sadgrove, E Pacyniak, MGD Leed, WM Weber, M Doyle-Eisele, RA Guilmette, BJ Agha, RL Susick, RJ Mumper and M Jay. Orally Administered DTPA Di-ethyl Ester for Decorporation of 241Am: Efficacy in a Dog Inhalation-Contamination Model and Safety Assessment in Dogs. Int J Rad Biol, 91(7):568-75 (2015).

JP Prybylski, E Maxwell, C Coste Sanchez, and M Jay. Gadolinium deposition in the brain: Lessons learned from other metals known to cross the blood-brain barrier. Magn Reson Imaging. Dec 34(10):1366-1372 (2016).

JE Huckle, MP Sadgrove, RJ Mumper and M Jay. Species-Dependent Chelation of 241Am by DTPA Diethyl Ester. Health Physics, Apr 108(4):443-50 (2015).

JP Prybylski, RC Semelka, and M Jay. Can gadolinium be re-chelated in vivo? Considerations from decorporation therapy. Magn Reson Imaging. Dec 34(10):1391-1393 (2016).