A synthetic process for constructing an organo-metal nanohybrid is described. This process uses polyaniline as a ligand in order to fabricate magnetic nanoparticles. This nanohybrid shows imaging potential uses as a magnetic resonance imaging contrast agent and a redox-sensing probe simultaneously both in vitro and in vivo.
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