K. Mark Payne

TitleDirector, Division of Gastroenterology
InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentGastroenterology
AddressP.O. Box MSC 702
264
Thurmond Gazes - 30 Courtenay Drive
Phone843-876-4260
Fax843-876-7232
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    1. Webber BC, Payne KM, Rust LN, Cassino C, Carniato F, McCormick T, Botta M, Woods M. Analysis of the Relaxometric Properties of Extremely Rapidly Exchanging Gd3+ Chelates: Lessons from a Comparison of Four Isomeric Chelates. Inorg Chem. 2020 Jul 06; 59(13):9037-9046. PMID: 32536158.
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    2. Woods M, Payne KM, Valente EJ, Kucera BE, Young VG. Crystal Structures of DOTMA Chelates from Ce3+ to Yb3+ : Evidence for a Continuum of Metal Ion Hydration States. Chemistry. 2019 Jul 25; 25(42):9997-10005. PMID: 31121070.
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    3. Rust L, Payne KM, Carniato F, Botta M, Woods M. Differences in the Relaxometric Properties of Regioisomeric Benzyl-DOTA Bifunctional Chelators: Implications for Molecular Imaging. Bioconjug Chem. 2019 05 15; 30(5):1530-1538. PMID: 31050414.
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    4. Payne KM, Woods M. Isomerism in benzyl-DOTA derived bifunctional chelators: implications for molecular imaging. Bioconjug Chem. 2015 Feb 18; 26(2):338-44. PMID: 25635382.
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    5. Payne KM, Valente EJ, Aime S, Botta M, Woods M. Picture of a chelate in exchange: the crystal structure of NaHoDOTMA, a 'semi'-hydrated chelate. Chem Commun (Camb). 2013 Mar 21; 49(23):2320-2. PMID: 23400212.
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