nonradioactive


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nonradioactive

(ˌnɒnˌreɪdɪəʊˈæktɪv)
adj
not radioactive
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Adj.1.nonradioactive - not radioactive
radioactive - exhibiting or caused by radioactivity; "radioactive isotope"; "radioactive decay"; "radioactive fallout"
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Solid fuel rods have to be removed from the core because radiation makes the fuel rods crack and swell, and consequently leak dangerous radioactive waste materials, but liquid reactor fuel can be used until most of its radioactive components have decayed into short-lived and nonradioactive waste products.
The department now intends to dilute the plutonium with nonradioactive materials and dispose of it in a repository.
(a) The [sup.68][Ga-3PRGD.sub.2] micro-PET/CT transverse images of nude mice bearing glioma on days 0.5, 2, 4, 8, and 16 after intratumoural implantation of radioactive [sup.32]P-CP-PLGA seeds (A) and nonradioactive P-CP-PLGA seeds (B).
Cerebral arterial stenoses can also be predicted by a nonradioactive technique, namely, photoplethysmography.
The identity of the radiolabelled compound peak was confirmed by HPLC coinjection of a nonradioactive reference compound and yielded a single peak.
The finding that ulcerations typically do not occur after transarterial chemoembolization or when nonradioactive microspheres are injected into the hepatic arteries of experimental animals supports the hypothesis that radiation injury, rather than ischemia, is responsible for these mucosal ulcerations [6].
This has prompted research and development of nonradioactive localizers that have the benefits of non-wire localization without the nuclear regulatory disadvantages of RSL.
Nonradioactive equipment is physically separated from radioactive equipment, so as to avoid radiation damage and unnecessary occupational exposure in nonradioactive work.
Fluorimetric assay with DNA-binding fluorescent dyes is a nonmorphological and nonradioactive assay [33].
We have recently developed and extensively validated nonradioactive islet autoantibody assays for type 1 diabetes using electrochemiluminescence (ECL) detection with excellent sensitivity and specificity compared to the current standard RIAs for islet autoantibody measurements [15-18].
The nonradioactive cell viability assay (Cell Counting Kit-8) was purchased from Dojindo Molecular Technologies, Inc.