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Automation of the Radiosynthesis of Six Different 18 F-labeled radiotracers on the AllinOne

David T. Drummond ⎜Nov 15, 2016 ⎜ Supplier

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Fast implementation of positron emission tomography (PET) into clinical and preclinical studies highly demands automated synthesis for the preparation of PET radiopharmaceuticals in a safe and reproducible manner. The aim of this study was to develop automated synthesis methods for these six 18F-labeled radiopharmaceuticals produced on a routine basis at the University of Pennsylvania using (more…)

PET market poised for healthy growth

David T. Drummond ⎜Oct 12, 2016 ⎜ Market

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“Applications for molecular imaging technologies continue to increase and our industry continues to expand.” – David Drummond, Managing Director and Founder of isoSolutions

PET market poised for healthy growth By www.auntminnie.com link
October 11, 2016 — Driven by an increasing prevalence of chronic disorders and greater market penetration of PET systems, the global PET scanner sector will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.7% between 2016 and 2026, according to a new report by market research firm Future Market Insights. (more…)

UPENN 2016 Automation of the Radiosynthesis of Six radiotracers

David T. Drummond ⎜Sep 24, 2016 ⎜ Supplier

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[18F]ISO-1,
[18F]FTT,
[18F]FTP,
[18F]Fallypride,
[18F]Flubatine and
[18F]F-G
ln produced on a routine basis at UPENN with the Trasis AllinOne synthesizer.

By Ramona Delcea, Trasis Download pdf

Report warns of shortages to Mo-99 supply in U.S.

David T. Drummond ⎜Sep 15, 2016 ⎜ Market

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“This is a period of profound change for the Mo-99 supply network that is key to our industry.” – David Drummond, Managing Director and Founder of isoSolutions.

By Wayne Forrest, www.auntminnie.comoriginal link

September 13, 2016 — Supplies of a key radioisotope used in nuclear cardiology scans could be disrupted next month when a Canadian nuclear reactor begins shutting down. U.S. healthcare providers could be left scrambling for new sources of molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) until other suppliers are able to step in and fill the void. (more…)