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|Title: ||[18F]Fluorination optimisation and the fully automated production of [18F]MEL050 using a microfluidic system|
|Authors: ||Matesic, L|
Positron computed tomography
Hihg-performance liquid chromatography
|Issue Date: ||6-Jun-2014|
|Publisher: ||CSIRO Publishing|
|Citation: ||Matesic, L., Kallinen, A., Wyatt, N. A., Pham, T. Q., Greguric, I., & Pascali, G. (2015). [18F] Fluorination optimisation and the fully automated production of [18F] MEL050 using a microfluidic system. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 68(1), 69-71. doi:https://doi.org/10.1071/CH14130|
|Abstract: ||The [18F]radiolabelling of the melanin-targeting positron-emission tomography radiotracer [18F]MEL050 was rapidly optimised using a commercial continuous-flow microfluidic system. The optimal [18F]fluorination incorporation conditions were then translated to production-scale experiments (35–150 GBq) suitable for preclinical imaging, complete with automated HPLC–solid phase extraction purification and formulation. [18F]MEL050 was obtained in 43 ± 10 % radiochemical yield in ~50 min. © 2015 CSIRO Publishing.|
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