radio-labeled

radio-labeled

adjective Referring to a molecule or substance that has been linked to a radioactive substance, which can be detected in vivo. See Radionuclide scan or in vitro in a fluid.
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capromab pendetide), a radio-labeled monoclonal antibody that targets Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA), a protein highly expressed by prostate cancer; as well as Primsol[sup.
PET scans using radio-labeled flutemetamol were safe to use in vivo and confirmed the presence or absence of neuritic beta-amyloid levels "with high sensitivity and specificity" in a phase III trial involving 68 terminally ill older adults.
These radio-labeled cells gather at the area of active infection and look like bright accumulations on the image of the body generated by PET-CT scanning, as a natural defence response of the body.
During surgery to remove the nodule, the researchers used a gamma detector probe to ensure they had removed all the radio-labeled tissue.
In the scientific study, the behavior of radio-labeled material of Parsol SLX was investigated in a standard design in an in vitro skin penetration study with donated human skin samples exposed over a 24-hour period to a sunscreen product containing 10% Parsol SLX.
In addition to REMOXY, a unique abuse-resistant controlled-release oxycodone, we have three drug candidates in clinical programs, including a novel radio-labeled monoclonal antibody to treat metastatic melanoma, as well as PTI-202 and PTI-721.
For one, he said, acid inhibition could directly influence calcium absorption: he pointed to a small, randomized trial in which omeprazole decreased the absorption of radio-labeled calcium pills by 61%, compared with placebo (Am.
Radio-labeled drug deposition Studies show that 80%-85% of large-particle ICS in suspension aerosol never reaches the lungs, being deposited instead in the oropharynx.
Preclinical studies indicate that radio-labeled NeuroTrans crosses the blood-brain barrier through transcytosis, or the selective receptor-mediated transport of peptides and large proteins across the endothelial membrane in the BBB.
Their topics include epidermal growth factor receptors, radio-labeled monoclonal antibody therapies, targeted therapies in head and neck cancer, and cervical cancer.
Incubation of the patient's serum with radio-labeled [T.
2002) because in Figure 2 of their article, they presented clear evidence that a major fraction of the radio-labeled technetium-99 (Tc-99m) came off the Technegas particles.