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radiolabel

 [ra´de-o-la″b'l]
2. to incorporate such a radioactive label into a compound.

radiolabel

(rā′dē-ō-lā′bəl)
tr.v. radiola·beled, radiola·beling, radiola·bels or radiola·belled or radiola·belling
To tag (a hormone, enzyme, or other substance) with a radioactive tracer.
n.
A radioactive isotope used as a tracer; a radiotracer.
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Foster et al., "Targeting of CCK-2 receptor-expressing tumors using a radiolabeled divalent gastrin peptide," Journal of Nuclear Medicine, vol.
As a result, cells synthesize radiolabeled sphingolipids that can be separated by HPTLC chromatography and accurately measured with a radiochromatoscanner.
Radiolabeled APIs manufactured under non-GMP conditions may be used in pre-clinical studies to evaluate the ADMET profile.
In the postconjugation radiolabeling techniques, a BCA serves as a linker between the antibody and the radiometal, the BCA is first conjugated to the antibody, and the resulting conjugate is then radiolabeled in a second step (Figure 3).
We chose an early time (1 h) and a late time (4 h) in order to demonstrate the clearance of the radiolabeled peptide.
Hunter and Janabi prepared purified radiolabeled compounds with controlled surface reactions.
Autoradiography of the gel by exposure to X-ray film allows the radiolabeled terminated DNA molecules to be visualized as a readable "ladder" of the entire sequence (Figure 1, page 36).
(Nasdaq:IMMU), a biopharmaceutical company primarily focused on the development of monoclonal antibody- based products for the targeted treatment of cancer, autoimmune and other serious diseases, has reported that colorectal cancer can be safely, specifically and rapidly targeted with TF2 bispecific antibody and a radiolabeled peptide, with limited toxicity to the patient.
Both glucose and fatty acids were appropriately radiolabeled with either (3)H or (14)C for measurement of glycolysis, glucose oxidation, and fatty acid oxidation.
In this current study, we report on the in vitro characterization of radiolabeled forms of these antibodies against [PSM.sub.ext] and the selection of interesting candidates for in vivo evaluation of their diagnostic and therapeutic potential.
We stopped the PCR reaction at various cycle numbers to establish the linearity of amplification, resolved the radiolabeled PCR product on an agarose gel, excised the band from the gel, and measured the radioactivity.
The peptide kits can be radiolabeled by adding commercially available 18F in saline, heating briefly and then rapidly purified with an inexpensive disposable cartridge.