Laser oblation of a thin layer activated material sample

Labeling of
Nanoparticles

ZAG is developing procedures allowing the preparation of radioactive labeled nanoparticles of high specific activity (up to 50 MBq/mg), with the intention to trace the fate of nanoparticles following incorporation by using imaging techniques (PET, SPECT). By combination of thin layer activation and laser ablation a large number of radioactive nanoparticles can be produced for tracer measurements.

Areas of Application

  • Medicine
  • Health Care
  • Environmental Impact
  • Research
  • Chemical Industry
  • Coating Technology
  • Packaging
  • Building Materials
  • Food
  • Hygiene
  • Cosmetics

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New Publication

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4 KIPROS 200 and 2 Concentration Units delivered

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New Publications of ZAG

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