radiobioassay

radiobioassay

[‚rād·ē·ō‚bī·o′as‚ā]
(biology)
The analysis of the kind, concentration, and location of radioactive material in the human body by direct measurement (in vivo counting) or the evaluation of materials removed (or excreted).
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They were 1 percent of those made with a more complicated method called the Rigler radiobioassay.
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