radiocolloids

radiocolloids

 [ra″de-o-kol´oidz]
radioisotopes in pure form in solution, which tend to act more like colloids than solutes.
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Because the amount of radiocesium deposited on the leaves was so small and carrier-free, the nuclides behaved like radiocolloids or as if they were electronically adsorbed onto the tissue.
Using this method, the radiolabeled antibody is collected in the first 5-7 ml, while the smaller size [sup.188]Re-species, such as free perrhenate and radiocolloids, are more retained on the column and collected after 15-20 mL of buffer.
The researchers are currently trying to produce gold nanoparticles in different shapes and sizes, to label them with other radiocolloids, and to study tissue distribution of the labeled nanoparticles.
Takata et al., "Applicability of radiocolloids, blue dyes and fluorescent indocyanine green to sentinel node biopsy in melanoma," Journal of Dermatology, vol.