Recent Advances in Synthetic Methods for Radioiodination.

  title={Recent Advances in Synthetic Methods for Radioiodination.},
  author={E. Dubost and Holly McErlain and Victor Babin and A. Sutherland and T. Cailly},
  journal={The Journal of organic chemistry},
Organic compounds bearing radioisotopes of iodine are widely used for biological research, diagnostic imaging and radiotherapy. Early reported synthetic methods for the incorporation of radioiodine have generally involved high temperature reactions or strongly oxidizing conditions. To overcome these limitations and to cope with the demand for novel radioiodinated probes, there has been a surge in the development of new synthetic methodology for radioiodination. This synopsis describes the key… Expand
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