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Neuronal mapping of the heart with 6-[18F]fluorometaraminol.
FMR/PET analysis could be used to assess the heterogeneity of sympathetic innervation in human heart disease contingent on the development of FMR with sufficiently high specific activity to clearly avoid pressor activity.
Iodine-123-4-amino-3-iodobenzylguanidine, a new sympathoadrenal imaging agent: comparison with iodine-123 metaiodobenzylguanidine.
Iodine-123 AIBG uptake, however, was greater than [123I]MIBG in lung, gut, and spleen, and these higher backgrounds may pose diagnostic problems in some cases.
Subcellular distribution of [125I]iodoaryl beta-methyl fatty acids.
No unequivocal evidence for metabolic trapping in the mitochondria was observed for omega-iodoaryl branched-chain fatty acids using the centrifugation technique employed in this study.
omega-Iodophenyl fatty acids: a convenient method of radioiodination.
A solid-phase radioiodination technique for omega-iodophenyl fatty acids using ammonium sulfate is described, capable of yielding high specific activity products although at lower yields.
Development of a kit-form analog of metaiodobenzylguanidine.
A AIBG shows an affinity for the heart and adrenal medullae of dog and monkey similar to that of MIBG and shows improved selectivity for the adrenergic nerves of the heart as demonstrated by chemical sympathectomy studies.