radiochromatography

radiochromatography

[¦rād·ē·ō‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
An analytic process for quantitative or qualitative determination of radioactive substances in a mixture by measuring the radioactivity of various zones in the chromatogram.
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Radiochromatograms were carried out with a Raytest miniGITA-Star [gamma] Radiochromatography (Raytest, Straubenhardt, Germany) or with a Bioscan AR-2000 radio-TLC Imaging Scanner (Bioscan Inc., Washington, DC).
The radiochemical purity is estimated by paper, TLC, or gel radiochromatography. The stability can be also checked by incubation in saline and serum.
The authors also mentioned that losses of radiolabeled selenium (up to 33%) occurred during the radiochromatography, which they thought indicated volatile selenium constituents in the urine.