Applications of [ ‘ 31 I ] m-1 odobenzylguanidine ( [ 1311 ] MIBG )


The development of the aralkylguanidine [13’I]m-iodobenzylguanidine ([i3’I]MIBG) in the University of Michigan Nuclear Medicine Division has led to diagnostic and therapeutic evaluations of all the neuroendocrine tumors. These tumors share the property of uptake, storage and release of [‘3’I]MIBG uptake in chromaffin granules. This property has allowed the… (More)


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