Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine

Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine

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In Zurich at the 7th International Annual Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Hedicine in Europe, held in 1969, a group of young scientists from eleven countries dedicated some papers to the memory of Georg von Hevesy. The papers were published in a book entitled qFrontiers of Nuclear Medicineq (Springer-verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, New York). On the occasion of the Second International World Congress of Nuclear Medicine and Biology held in 1978 in Washington D.C., under the presidency of Henry N.Wagner, Jr., a group of young scientists again dedicated important papers from the Congress to the memory of Georg von Hevesy. This book consists of these papers, which present new results in the field of Nuclear Medicine reported by physicians, physicists, chemists, engineers, and computer scientists. The Georg von Hevesy Foundation of Nuclear Medicine in Zurich, Switzerland together with the president of the Second World Congress of Nuclear Medicine, Henry N.Wagner, Jr., have been the major forces in arranging publication of this book. The Georg von Hevesy Foundation is sponsoring the Hevesy Prize for Nuclear Medicine, the Hevesy Medal, and the Hevesy Memorial Lecture.67Go * // Step | Transferrin binding Step 2 Receptor binding Step 3 Internalization and binding to Lysosomes Step 4 Binding to aquot;Acceptoraquot; ... After IV injection, carrier-free 67Ga is bound to serum proteins [24], known to be transferrin [25, 26 J . 2) 67Ga-labeled transferrin binds to transferrin ... Membranebound activity, even protein-bound activity, should be removed by this process. Fig. 11.8. Diagram of theanbsp;...

Title:Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine
Author:W. Horst, H. N. Wagner, J. Buchanan
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06


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