Biologic Applications of Radiotracers: 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Biologic Applications of Radiotracers

1st Edition

Edited by Howard J. Glenn

CRC Press

224 pages

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Description

First published in 1982: This present volume presents an excellent amount of animal Models in radiotracer investigations, describes the animal radiopharmacology laboratory, and discusses radiotracer distribution differences between species.

Table of Contents

1. Animal Models in Tracer Investigations – Normal and Modified 2. The Animal Radiopharmacy Laboratory 3. Radiotracer Distribution of Differences Between Species 4. Autoradiography 5. Distribution Studies 6. Animal handling, Drug Administration, Dissection, and Tissue and Fluid Sampling Techniques 7. Preparation of Samples for Liquid Scintillation and Gamma Counting 8. The Liquid Scintillation Process. The Gamma Counting Process 9. Handling, Maintenance and Disposal of Animal, Containing Radioactivity

About the Editor

Howard J. Glenn, Ph.D., is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Texas System Cancer Center M.D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston, Texas.

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