Mary Embree processing gold-199 in the glovebox at Missouri University Research Reactor.
In response to research demand, the Department of Energy Isotope Program (DOE IP) has added a new product, gold-199 (Au-199), to its portfolio. This isotope has drawn interest with its theragnostic potential, as nanoparticles for biomedical applications in radiopharmaceutical development, and in detection of environmental compounds.
The Au-199 is produced at the Missouri University Research Reactor, a university partner in the DOE IP University Isotope Network. For further inquiries on Au-199, click the link below to request a quote.