SA radiation applications specialist to expand radioisotopes range
June 13, 2014 Editor 0
South African radiation applications business NTP Radioisotopes (NTP), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (better known as Necsa) will soon expand the range of radioisotopes it provides to the local and international medical communities, when it starts manufacturing Lutetium-177 no carried added (Lu-177 nca). The South African company has bought the licence to do so from German group ITG (which is based in Garching, site of the modern FRM-2 nuclear reactor).
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