Commercially available: ready to use consumables and optimized method
FAZA is known to differentiate hypoxic and non-hypoxic tissues and allows imaging hypoxia in tumours. This is of particular interest for radiation therapy planning as Hypoxic tumour cells are known to be 2-3 times more resistant to radiation therapy than tumours cells with normal oxygenation levels.
FAZA can be prepared on an AllinOne automated synthesizer. The AIO24 model with radio-HPLC (or any higher model) is suitable for FAZA process.
The process uses a cassette and a reagent kit.
- State-of-the-art yield
- No lab bench preparation
- Ready for use consumables
- Reduced operator exposure
|Cassette and reagents set up time||< 1 min|
|Synthesis time||45 min|
|Typical production yield||30 ± 4% decay un-corrected|
|Radiochemical purity||≥ 98|