radiogallium

ra·di·o·gal·li·um

(rā'dē-ō-gal'ē-ŭm),
Gallium that is radioactive. See: gallium 67, gallium 68.

radiogallium

A radionuclide of gallium.
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HBED-CC, representing an efficient complexing agent suitable for radiogallium labeling of antibody, peptide at RT, forms three diastereomers (RR, RS, and SS configurations) and conformed toNMR examinations [11, 12, 18-20].
Owing to their involvement in the innate human immune response, antimicrobial peptides are not considered cytotoxic [19], although amending the structure or conjugation and complexation with radiogallium may cause unexpected cytotoxic behavior.