radioligand

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radioligand

 [ra″de-o-li´gand]
a radioisotope-labeled substance, e.g., an antigen, used in the quantitative measurement of an unlabeled substance by its binding reaction to a specific antibody or other receptor site.

ra·di·o·li·gand

(rā'dē-ō-li'gand, rad'ē-ō-lig'and),
A molecule with a radionuclide tracer attached; usually used for radioimmunoassay procedures.
[radio- + L. ligandus, that which is to be bound, fr. ligo, to bind]

radioligand

/ra·dio·li·gand/ (-li´gand) a radioisotope-labeled substance, e.g., an antigen, used in the quantitative measurement of an unlabeled substance by its binding reaction to a specific antibody or other receptor site.

ra·di·o·li·gand

(rā'dē-ō-lī'gand)
A molecule with a radionuclide tracer attached; commonly used for radioimmunoassay procedures.
[radio- + L. ligandus, that which is to be bound, fr. ligo, to bind]

radioligand

a radioisotope-labeled substance, e.g. an antigen, used in the quantitative measurement of an unlabelled substance by its binding reaction to a specific antibody or other receptor site.