Characterization and use of a gamma radiation TLC scanner for radiochemical purity measurements of radiopharmaceutical kit preparations of99mTc(dmpe)2Cl2+

@article{Carpenter1985CharacterizationAU,
  title={Characterization and use of a gamma radiation TLC scanner for radiochemical purity measurements of radiopharmaceutical kit preparations of99mTc(dmpe)2Cl2+},
  author={Alan P. Carpenter and T. J. Mysliwy and S. I. Sivakoff and M. N. Doshi and E. M. Wolshin and Mary Ann Matthew and G. H. Schnaper and Vinayakam. Subramanyam and Leopoldo L. Camin},
  journal={Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry},
  year={1985},
  volume={89},
  pages={435-446}
}
A simple, low cost TLC scanner system for the characterization of γ-emitting radiopharmaceuticals is described. The TLC γ scanner has a linear response range of ∼0.074 Mbq up to ≥2.94 Mbq. The accuracy and reproducibility of measurement is better than ±5% (relative). The utility of this TLC scanner system is demonstrated by application to the radioanalytical evaluation of99mTc(dmpe)2Cl2+ preparations. A comparison with HPLC radioanalytical separations is made. 
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