indium-111


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indium-111

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An isotope of indium with a half-life of 2.8 days; used in radioactive tracer studies.
See also: indium

indium-111

A radionuclide that emits gamma rays and can be used as a tracer for localizing tumours.
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Frenkel, "Toxicity of indium-111 on the radiolabeled lymphocyte," Journal of Nuclear Medicine, vol.
After transplantation, blood was removed periodically fromeach dog, lymphocytes were separated out using a centrifuge and the cells were radiolabeled with indium-111. The labeled lymphocytes then were injected into the dog from which they had been drawn.
One week after inoculation, the pigs had obtained a body weight of 21-22 kg (Table 1); then anaesthesia was induced, labelling of leukocytes was performed, and then the Indium-111 labelled leukocytes were reinjected.
Unusual presentation of a large infected hemophiliac pseudotumor in an autologous indium-111 WBC scan.