Shanzhen He

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INTRODUCTION [(18)F]FDG PET has difficulty distinguishing tumor from inflammation in the clinic because of the same high uptake in nonmalignant and inflammatory tissue. In contrast, amino acid tracers do not accumulate in inflamed tissues and thus provide an excellent opportunity for their use in clinical cancer imaging. In this study, we developed a new(More)
INTRODUCTION N-position radiolabeled amino acids, such as N-(2-[(18)F]fluoropropionyl)-L-methionine ([(18)F]FPMET) as a derivative of L-methionine (MET), can potentially serve as a PET tracer for tumor imaging. In the current study, radiosynthesis and biological evaluation of [(18)F]FPMET as a new PET tumor agent are performed. METHODS [(18)F]FPMET was(More)
Radiolabeled cyclic arginine-glycine-aspartic (RGD) peptides can be used for noninvasive determination of integrin αvβ3 expression in tumors. In this study, we performed radiosynthesis and biological evaluation of a new 18F-labeled RGD homodimeric peptide with one 8-amino-3,6-dioxaoctanoic acid (PEG2) linker on the glutamate β-amino group(More)
OBJECTIVE The new tumor probe 5-([C]-methyloxy)-L-tryptophan ([C]-L-CMTP) had been found to show high uptake in tumor tissue in our previous report; however, the pharmacokinetic properties of [C]-L-CMTP have not been characterized. In this present study, we evaluated the potential of [C]-L-CMTP as a PET probe for tumor imaging. METHODS The biodistribution(More)
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