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Academic Article Copper bis(diphosphine) complexes: radiopharmaceuticals for the detection of multi-drug resistance in tumours by PET.
Academic Article Detection of intestinal inflammation by MicroPET imaging using a (64)Cu-labeled anti-beta(7) integrin antibody.
Academic Article Imaging cancer using PET--the effect of the bifunctional chelator on the biodistribution of a (64)Cu-labeled antibody.
Academic Article 64Cu-p-NH2-Bn-DOTA-hu14.18K322A, a PET radiotracer targeting neuroblastoma and melanoma.
Academic Article Copper bis(thiosemicarbazone) complexes as hypoxia imaging agents: structure-activity relationships.
Academic Article Design of hypoxia-targeting radiopharmaceuticals: selective uptake of copper-64 complexes in hypoxic cells in vitro.
Academic Article PET-radioimmunodetection of integrins: imaging acute colitis using a 64Cu-labeled anti-ß7 integrin antibody.
Academic Article Positron emission tomography (PET) imaging of neuroblastoma and melanoma with 64Cu-SarAr immunoconjugates.
Concept Copper Radioisotopes
Concept Copper
Academic Article On the destiny of (copper) species.
Academic Article Targeted imaging of Ewing sarcoma in preclinical models using a 64Cu-labeled anti-CD99 antibody.
Academic Article The ionic charge of copper-64 complexes conjugated to an engineered antibody affects biodistribution.
Academic Article Colitis ImmunoPET: Defining Target Cell Populations and Optimizing Pharmacokinetics.
Academic Article A Sensitive Method for the Measurement of Copper at Trace Levels Using an HPLC-Based Assay.
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