In a post doctoral thesis utilizing specialized MRI hardware developed for sensitive in-vivo detection of sodium to investigate differences between healthy and malignant prostate tissue, MasterSil 151Med was cited as follows. “Multiple versions of the probe were designed and constructed before the final design was chosen. I coated all the probes with biocompatible sealant (MS151 MED, Masterbond, NJ), which acted as a fluid-resistant seal as well as an additional layer of heat and electrical insulation.”1

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1 Peterson, Justin C. University of Western Ontario. "Investigation of Endogenous In-Vivo Sodium Concentration in Human Prostate Cancer Measured With 23Na Magnetic Resonance Imaging." 2015. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4723&context=etd