radioactive sulphur

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radioactive sulphur

Any of the radioactive isotopes of sulphur, of which 35S is used to tag nucleic acids and is preferable to 32P as it has a longer half-life (88 days), a lower energy and bands on gels more precise.
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A small amount of radioactive sulfur released from Japan's crisis-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has been detected on the U.
On the morning of the surgery, the primary lesion is injected with radioactive sulfur colloid in the nuclear medicine department.

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