Decorporating efficacy of catecholaminocarboxylate chelating agents for thorium-234 and protective effects on associated radiation injury.

@article{Chen2005DecorporatingEO,
  title={Decorporating efficacy of catecholaminocarboxylate chelating agents for thorium-234 and protective effects on associated radiation injury.},
  author={Honghong Chen and Mc Luo and M Z Sun and Yx Hu and Yh Wang and M. W. Jin and Wy Cheng},
  journal={International journal of radiation biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={309-18}
}
The aim was to identify the decorporation and anti-oxidation efficacy of prompt and delayed consecutive administration of the catecholicpolyaminopolycarboxylate ligands 9501 and 7601 for radiothorium in vivo. The chelating agents 9501 or 7601 were administered intramuscularly to ICR mice 3 min or 3 days after intraperitoneal injection of 30 MBq kg(-1) (234)Th-citrate for 3 consecutive days. The animals were killed 4 or 5 days after administration of the chelating agents, respectively. The (234… CONTINUE READING