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tr.v. ra·di·o·la·beled, ra·di·o·la·bel·ing, ra·di·o·la·bels or ra·di·o·la·belled or ra·di·o·la·bel·ling
To tag (a hormone, enzyme, or other substance) with a radioactive tracer.
A radioactive isotope used as a tracer; a radiotracer.
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(ˌraɪdɪəʊˈleɪbəl) chem
a radioactive marker, tracer, or label
vb (tr)
to add a radioactive marker, tracer, or label to
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(ˈleɪ bəl)

n., v. -beled, -bel•ing (esp. Brit.) -belled, -bel•ling. n.
1. an inscribed slip of paper, cloth, or other material, for attachment to something to indicate its manufacturer, nature, ownership, destination, etc.
2. a short word or phrase descriptive of a person, group, intellectual movement, etc.
3. a word or phrase indicating that what follows belongs in a particular category or classification, as the word Physics before a dictionary definition.
4. a brand or trademark, esp. of a manufacturer.
5. the manufacturer using such a label.
7. a molding or dripstone over a door or window.
8. a radioactive or heavy isotope incorporated into a molecule for use as a tracer.
9. a narrow horizontal heraldic band with downward extensions.
10. Obs. a strip or narrow piece of anything.
11. to affix a label to; mark with a label.
12. to designate or describe by or on a label.
13. to put in a certain class; classify.
14. to incorporate a radioactive or heavy isotope into (a molecule) in order to make traceable.
[1275–1325; Middle English < Middle French: ribbon, probably < Germanic]
la′bel•er, n.
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It works across drug substance synthesis, drug product manufacture, CMC, bioanalytical and metabolism services, radiolabelling synthesis and synthesis of toxic/highly potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).
Radiolabelling. Mono- and multimeric conjugates were quantitatively labelled with gallium-68 after 5-15 min and after 30-60 min with zirconium-89 at high molar activities and used without further purification.
As these multistep conversion processes are time-consuming, the use of [[sup.11]C]C[O.sub.2] for directly radiolabelling functional groups is highly attractive.
Krenning, "Radiolabelling DOTA-peptides with [sup.68]Ga," European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, vol.
The UBC Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry group works with TRIUMF scientists to study new radiolabelling methods and chemistry, a crucial step in the development of new radiopharmaceuticals to image specific disease processes through PET or single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) scanners.
Radiolabelling of NME with a positron-emitting radionuclide to enable imaging does not change its biochemical properties and allows quantification of the NME at picomolar levels in vivo in tissue [1].
The firm's radiolabelling division develops C-14 radiolabelled compounds for a global customer base, including both the life sciences and chemical industries.
Apart from enhanced production capabilities and a second manufacturing facility for security of supply, the transaction will provide also radiolabelling capabilities as well as further analytical, regulatory and process development support, Nitto Denko Avecia added.
The selectAZymeTM service complements Almac's speciality capabilities, including radiolabelling, polymorph and solid form optimisation, and peptide and protein synthesis.
Radiolabelling seeds, as was done in this study, may provide a more accurate metric of intermediate-distance seed movement relative to paint or fluorescent dyes.