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PET pp 68-85 | Cite as

Chemische Grundlagen, Strahlenschutz

  • Klaus Wienhard
  • Rainer Wagner
  • Wolf-Dieter Heiss

Zusammenfassung

Die chemischen Aspekte der PET sind in einer Reihe von Übersichten dargestellt worden (Stöcklin 1987, Fowler et al. 1986a, Wolf et al. 1985, Barrio 1986). Bei Fowler und Wolf (1982) z. B. finden sich schon ca. 250 mit den Positronenstrahlern 11C, 18F und 13N markierte Verbindungen aufgelistet. Diese Zahl hat sich bis heute fast verdreifacht, eine erheblich geringere Anzahl hat jedoch tatsächlich Eingang in die diagnostische Praxis gefunden.

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  • Klaus Wienhard
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  • Rainer Wagner
    • 1
  • Wolf-Dieter Heiss
    • 1
  1. 1.MPI für neurologische ForschungKöln 91Deutschland

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