Putthiporn Charoenphun

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111In (typically as [111In]oxinate3) is a gold standard radiolabel for cell tracking in humans by scintigraphy. A long half-life positron-emitting radiolabel to serve the same purpose using positron emission tomography (PET) has long been sought. We aimed to develop an 89Zr PET tracer for cell labelling and compare it with [111In]oxinate3 single photon(More)
A wide selection of insoluble nanoparticulate metal salts was screened for avid binding of [(18)F]-fluoride. Hydroxyapatite and aluminium hydroxide nanoparticles showed particularly avid and stable binding of [(18)F]-fluoride in various biological media. The in vivo behaviour of the [(18)F]-labelled hydroxyapatite and aluminium hydroxide particles was(More)
AIM This study assessed if onfFN mRNA in the peripheral blood of patients with DTC can identify individuals with metastatic disease. METHODS Comparison of onfFN mRNA was made among 3 groups: disease-free, lymph node metastasis, and distant metastasis using real-time RT-PCR on 5 ml blood samples from each DTC patient. RESULTS Fifty-one patients were(More)
The increasing availability of the long half-life positron emitter Zr-89 (half life 78.4 h) suggests that it is a strong candidate for cell labelling and hence cell tracking using positron emission tomography. The aim was to produce a range of neutral ZrL4 lipophilic complexes for cell labelling which could be prepared under radiopharmaceutical conditions.(More)
Over the past 30 years dithiocarbamate ligands have found application in radiopharmaceutical metal-ligand complexes to image a range of disease states. The vast majority of research and applications, and the widest range of complex structures, have involved radionuclides of technetium and rhenium. Considering the extent of coordination chemistry of(More)
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