radiostrontium


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ra·di·o·stron·ti·um

(rā'dē-ō-stron'tē-ŭm),
A radioactive isotope of strontium; for example, 90Sr.

radiostrontium

A nonspecific term for a radionuclide of strontium; there is an increasing tendency to separate single words into respective units—e.g., radioactive strontium is more commonly used than radiostrontium.
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A comparative assessment of the potential use of alginates and dietary calcium manipulation as countermeasures to reduce the transfer of radiostrontium to the milk of dairy animals.
We look forward to working with INR in building up the strontium-82 production infrastructure in the US and applying this proven radiostrontium production to our production capability.
Radiophosphorus and radiostrontium in mosquitoes: Preliminary report.
Modelling the long-term behavior of radiocesium and radiostrontium in two Italian lakes, Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 80(1): 105-123.
A 1968 study from the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association showed that calcium alginate derivatives reduce radiostrontium levels in the body by binding to radioisotopes.
A major purpose of the earlier investigations was to find procedures for decreasing the body burden of radiostrontium in the event of contamination of the environment and food supply [5].
1989) and in radiostrontium from nuclear testing (MacLaughlin-Black et al.
4 Positron Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Institute for Nuclear Research For Radiostrontium Production Technology 154 16.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Positron Corporation (OTCBB: POSC) is pleased to announce it has entered into a licensing agreement with the Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Science (INR), Moscow, Russia, for its know-how, inventions and technology related to the production of radiostrontium.