By Colin F. Poole, Hal T. Butler, Myra E. Coddens, Sheila A. Schuette (auth.), Donald M. Wieland, Michael C. Tobes, Thomas J. Manger (eds.)
In 1906, Michael T. candy first constructed the chromatographic procedure by utilizing an adsorbant to split pigments. on the grounds that that point, the technological advances in TLC and HPLC have caused new definitions of purity in parallel with the advances. Radiopharmaceutical chemistry is principally depending on the chromat ographic strategy as a result of quite small quantity of fabric in such a lot radiopharmaceuticals-often so small that the standard actual tools of analytical chemistry can't be used. consequently, this selection of papers represents the foremost to winning radiopharmaceutical improvement by way of environment the traditional for the pres of radiochemical purity. ent-day definition William C. Eckelman, Ph.D. Diagnostics affiliate Director The Squibb Institute for clinical study New Brunswick, New Jersey Preface The chapters herein are up to date and elevated models of shows that the authors made at a symposium hung on June four, 1984 in la, California below the sponsorship of the Radiopharmaceutical technology Council of the Society of Nuclear medication. All manuscripts have been refereed. The cause of the symposium organizers was once to enlist members who paintings on a day by day foundation with the analytical and chromatographic innovations to be mentioned on the symposium. We consider convinced that this distillation of hands-on event might be of price to graduate scholars in addition to skilled researchers in radio pharmaceutical chemistry and comparable fields which use radiotracer methodology.
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All values are averages of two measurements. 46 Radioanalytical Techniques: ITLC, TLC, Mini-Columns, and Electrophoresis diopharmaceuticals, good examples of which are the works of Pinkerton et al. , Srivastava et al. , Nunn , Loberg et al. , and Fritzberg and Lewis . , some radiolabeled compounds are trapped by, or adsorbed to, the chromatographic column and are not eluted or detected). Despite being a very powerful research tool, HPLC is not an ideal technique for the quality control testing of radiopharmaceuticals.
John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1978, pp. 275-300. : Radiochromatography: The Chromatography and Electrophoresis of Radiolabelled Compounds. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1978. : Radioscanning ofTLC. , John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1982, pp. 89-124. CHAPTER 2 Radioanalytical Techniques: ITLC, TLC, Mini-Columns, and Electrophoresis ALAN P. CARPENTER, JR. INTRODUCTION The separation techniques available for use today in quality control and research evaluations of radiopharmaceuticals are the same techniques that have been used in other fields over the past 20 years.
24. E. : Qualitative identification of 25. polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by HPTLC and fluorescence scanning densitometry. 1. Chromatogr. 290: 113-126, 1984. : Quantitative determina- References 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 37 tion of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in environmental samples by high performance thin-layer chromatography and fluorescence scanning densitometry. 1. Chromatogr. Sci. 23:320-324, 1985. , Khatib, S. : Comparison of methods for separating polcyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by high performance thin-layer chromatography.
Analytical and Chromatographic Techniques in Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry by Colin F. Poole, Hal T. Butler, Myra E. Coddens, Sheila A. Schuette (auth.), Donald M. Wieland, Michael C. Tobes, Thomas J. Manger (eds.)