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  • radon
  • radon the name used to refer to the many isotopes of element 86. (damasgate.com)
  • The most common radon isotope in human environment is 222Rn, which has a half-life of 3.8 days. (damasgate.com)
  • Bale headed the Radiology and Biophysics division that worked largely on radioactive materials-for example, radium, radon, plutonium, and polonium. (wikipedia.org)
  • therapeutic agents
  • The present invention relates to methods of radioactively labeling diagnostic and therapeutic agents and is particularly related to systems in which a metal ion is bound to the labeled molecule through a chelating group. (google.com)
  • The use of radioactively labeled diagnostic and therapeutic agents has become routine practice in clinical and analytical laboratories throughout the world. (google.com)
  • uranium
  • These heavy water reactors have the advantage of being able to run on natural uranium without using graphite moderators that pose radiological and dust explosion hazards in the decommissioning phase. (wikipedia.org)
  • The black shales also contain iron ore that was used in the early economic development of the region, and uranium and pyrite which are environmental hazards. (wikipedia.org)
  • health hazards
  • REFERENCES BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE WHO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CRITERIA PROGRAMME a ORIGIN AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME During the last two decades, evaluation of the health hazards from chemical and other environmental agents has received considerable attention in several WHO programmes. (inchem.org)
  • antibody
  • in a western blot, an antibody is used to detect the corresponding antigen on a membrane, while in a classical far-western analysis, a labeled or antibody-detectable "bait" protein is used to probe and detect a target "prey" protein on the membrane. (thermofisher.com)
  • HRP)-conjugated antibody that targets the bait tag is used to label the interaction, which is then detected by enzymatic chemiluminescence. (thermofisher.com)
  • The concentration of an unknown, unlabeled antigen is determined by com- paring its inhibitory effect on the binding of radioac- tively labeled antigen to specific antibody with the inhibitory effect of known standards. (damasgate.com)