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Labeling of Organic Compounds with Positron Emitters

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Abstract

This review will focus on the interdisciplinary overlap of the physical sciences in the applications of antimatter in radiopharmaceutical research and development.

Keywords

Label Compound Radiat Isotope Routine Production Molecular Fluorine Regional Brain Glucose Metabolism 
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