from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. 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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- v. To tag a substance (especially a biological substance) with a radioactive tracer
- n. A radioactive tracer; a radiotracer
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Chiltern Early Phase's long pedigree in clinical pharmacology combined with Charles River's radiolabel capabilities are poised to provide the industry with unrivalled experience and expertise in early phase radiolabelled ADME studies. and Pharmacokinetics group at Charles River, Edinburgh, have been conducting radiolabelled trials in man for more than 20 years.
Moreover, the new method can detect more than 50 metals at once, in contrast to the one-metal-a-time radiolabel approach.
The immunoconjugate was found to be stable with respect to loss of the radiolabel in vitro and immunoreactivity assays demonstrated that conjugation, radiolabeling and purification chemistries do not compromise the binding affinity or specificity for the HER2/neu antigen.
Fractions were collected and radiolabel monitored by scintillation counting.
These extracts were desalted and the incorporation of radiolabel into the lipid fraction was quantified by scintillation counting.
Total uptake of radiolabel was quantified by scintillation counting.
They added a radiolabel so the cells that take in the probe can be seen during PET scanning.
Li's preliminary in vivo experiments with a new mouse model implanted with tumor vasculature that expresses human TEM1, demonstrated by PET imaging that a novel anti-TEM1 radiolabel probe could specifically detect a small number of TEM1-expresser cells.
To radiolabel the non-template strand, Klenow fragment and 10 µCi of [α -