isotopic label

isotopic label

[¦ī·sə¦täp·ik ′lā·bəl]
(chemistry)
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Intensive temporal and spatial measurements were made of the isotopic label in a wide range of organisms during the [N.
The choice of isotopic labels for APIs varies, but typically includes carbon-14, tritium, deuterium, carbon-13 or nitrogen-15.
By using stable (as opposed to radioactive) isotopic labels, these experiments can also be safely conducted in situ.
Stable Isotope Labeling Experiments (SILE) such as ICAT(TM), the more recently introduced ICPL(TM) technology, or even user-defined isotopic labels are fully supported in the new software releases.