Synthesis of radiometals from solid targets used for radiolabeling

Alceo Solid Target Processing System

Discover the new features in ALCEO

During the recent SNMMI 2018 Mid-Winter Meeting in Orlando our Solid Target Processing System Specialist, Mario Malinconico, presented on “Synthesis of radiometals from solid targets used for radiolabeling.”

The public appreciated all the data presented, and favorably commented on the newest features in our ALCEO system.

Here are the key new features:

  • ALCEO metal 3.0 can now produce 64Cu, 89Zr, 68Ga, 45Ti
  • There are no cross-contamination issues in the processes. This is due to the new pick&place of the dissolution and plating heads (for Copper and Gallium processes)
  • ALCEO can be installed in existing labs where no changes can be made. This is made possible by the ALCEO retrofit option, which separates dissolution (taking place in the bunker) from purification (taking place in the cell): in this case, the purification starts from the radiometals in liquid form that were melted in the bunker and pushed to the cell through capillaries.

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