radiolabelled


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radiolabelled

adjective Referring to a molecule or substance that has been linked to a radioactive substance, which can be detected in vivo (e.g., radionuclide scan) or in vitro in a fluid (e.g., radioimmunoassay).
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Radiolabelled bioconjugates remained at the start ([R.sub.f] = < 0.1) while free radionuclides migrated with the solvent front ([R.sub.f] = > 0.9).
These results can be explained by the ability of a strong base to deprotonate the alcohol present in the reaction mixture enabling it to react with [[sup.11]C]C[O.sub.2] to form a [sup.11]C radiolabelled intermediate.
Founded in 2003, Pharmaron has invested in its people and facilities, and established a broad spectrum of R/D service capabilities ranging from synthetic and medicinal chemistry, biology, DMPK, pharmacology, safety assessment, radiochemistry and radiolabelled metabolism to chemical and pharmaceutical development.
NMEs can be radiolabelled with short-lived positron-emitting radioisotopes (e.g., carbon-11, half-life 20 mins; Fluorine-18, half-life 119 mins) or with longer half-lives (e.g., Zirconium-89, half-life 3.3 days; Iodine-124, half-life 100 hours).
Clinical translation of radiolabelled monoclonal antibodies and peptides.
The lab will manufacture radiolabelled drugs - medicines that can be traced using radioactive carbon as it passes through the body - before they are trialled.
In vivo localisation of radiolabelled antibodies to carcinoembryonic antigen in human colon carcinoma grafted into nude mice.
Identification of slow and fast-acting toxins in a highly ciguatoxic barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) by HPLC/MS and radiolabelled ligand binding.
Thromboview is a blood clot radioimaging antibody reagent, which uses radiolabelled antibodies to locate blood clots in the body.
A simple method to determine whole cell uptake of radiolabelled estrogen and progesterone and their subcellular localization in breast cancer cell lines in monolayer culture.
4) tested five brands of latex condoms and one sheep intestinal membrane condom for permeability to radiolabelled Hepatitis B antigen (50% of the size of the Hepatitis B virus).