124i-labeled albumin

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124i-labeled albumin - a radioconjugate containing serum albumin labeled with the radioisotope iodine I 124, with potential use as an imaging agent using positron emission tomography (pet). Upon administration, iodine I 124 albumin distributes in a similar manner to endogenous albumin. Upon pet, albumin distribution patterns can be imaged. Specifically, the distribution to and residence time in a tumor can be assessed upon imaging. These findings may predict the distribution patterns of agents with similar particle sizes. Also see iodine I 124-labeled albumin

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