Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Clanton, Jeffrey A. , M.S., Rph
Associate in Radiology and Radiological Sciences

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Email Address:Jeff.Clanton@vanderbilt.edu

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Dept. of Radiology and Radiological Sciences 37232-2675


Publications
Abernathy, V J, Pou, N A, Wilson, T L, Parker, R E, Mason, S N, Clanton, J A, Baudendistel, L J, Roselli, R J. Noninvasive measures of radiolabeled dextran transport in in situ rabbit lung. J Nucl Med, 36(8), 1436-41, 1995.

Votaw, J R, Ansari, M S, Mason, N S, Schmidt, D, de Paulis, T, Holburn, G, Clanton, J A, Votaw, D B, Manning, R G, Kessler, R M. Dosimetry of iodine-123-epidepride: a dopamine D2 receptor ligand. J Nucl Med, 36(7), 1316-21, 1995.

Kessler, R M, Votaw, J R, Schmidt, D E, Ansari, M S, Holdeman, K P, de Paulis, T, Clanton, J A, Pfeffer, R, Manning, R G, Ebert, M H. High affinity dopamine D2 receptor radioligands. 3. [123I] and [125I]epidepride: in vivo studies in rhesus monkey brain and comparison with in vitro pharmacokinetics in rat brain. Life Sci, 53(3), 241-50, 1993.

Kessler, R M, Whetsell, W O, Ansari, M S, Votaw, J R, de Paulis, T, Clanton, J A, Schmidt, D E, Mason, N S, Manning, R G. Identification of extrastriatal dopamine D2 receptors in post mortem human brain with [125I]epidepride. Brain Res, 609(1-2), 237-43, 1993.

Kessler, R M, Mason, N S, Votaw, J R, De Paulis, T, Clanton, J A, Ansari, M S, Schmidt, D E, Manning, R G, Bell, R L. Visualization of extrastriatal dopamine D2 receptors in the human brain. Eur J Pharmacol, 223(1), 105-7, 1992.

Kessler, R M, Ansari, M S, Schmidt, D E, de Paulis, T, Clanton, J A, Innis, R, al-Tikriti, M, Manning, R G, Gillespie, D. High affinity dopamine D2 receptor radioligands. 2. [125I]epidepride, a potent and specific radioligand for the characterization of striatal and extrastriatal dopamine D2 receptors. Life Sci, 49(8), 617-28, 1991.

Kessler, R M, Ansari, M S, de Paulis, T, Schmidt, D E, Clanton, J A, Smith, H E, Manning, R G, Gillespie, D, Ebert, M H. High affinity dopamine D2 receptor radioligands. 1. Regional rat brain distribution of iodinated benzamides. J Nucl Med, 32(8), 1593-600, 1991.

Pou, N A, Roselli, R J, Parker, R E, Clanton, J A, Harris, T R. Measurement of lung fluid volumes and albumin exclusion in sheep. J Appl Physiol, 67(4), 1323-30, 1989.

Janowsky, A, De Paulis, T, Clanton, J A, Smith, H E, Ebert, M H, Kessler, R M. [125I]iodopride: a specific high affinity radioligand for labelling striatal dopamine D-2 receptors. Eur J Pharmacol, 150(1-2), 203-5, 1988.

Whelan, H T, Clanton, J A, Wilson, R E, Tulipan, N B. Comparison of CT and MRI brain tumor imaging using a canine glioma model. Pediatr Neurol, 4(5), 279-83, 1988.

de Paulis, T, Janowsky, A, Kessler, R M, Clanton, J A, Smith, H E. (S)-N-[(1-ethyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)methyl]-5-[125I]iodo- 2-methoxybenzamide hydrochloride, a new selective radioligand for dopamine D-2 receptors. J Med Chem, 31(10), 2027-33, 1988.

O'Day, D M, Head, W S, Robinson, R D, Clanton, J A. Bioavailability and penetration of topical amphotericin B in the anterior segment of the rabbit eye. J Ocul Pharmacol, 2(4), 371-8, 1986.

Runge, V M, Clanton, J A, Price, A C, Wehr, C J, Herzer, W A, Partain, C L, James, A E. The use of Gd DTPA as a perfusion agent and marker of blood-brain barrier disruption. Magn Reson Imaging, 3(1), 43-55, 1985.

Runge, V M, Clanton, J A, Price, A C, Herzer, W A, Wehr, C J, Lukehart, C M, Partain, C L, James, A E. Paramagnetic contrast agents in magnetic resonance imaging: research at Vanderbilt University. Physiol Chem Phys Med NMR, 16(2), 113-22, 1984.

Runge, V M, Clanton, J A, Lukehart, C M, Partain, C L, James, A E. Paramagnetic agents for contrast-enhanced NMR imaging: a review. AJR Am J Roentgenol, 141(6), 1209-15, 1983.


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