International Isotopes inks deals

October 29, 1997

Nuclear medicine start-up International Isotopes of Denton, TX, has formed alliances with several universities and institutions as part of the company's plan to develop a U.S. source for radioisotopes used for medical purposes (SCAN 9/3/97). The firm

Nuclear medicine start-up International Isotopes of Denton, TX, has formed alliances with several universities and institutions as part of the company's plan to develop a U.S. source for radioisotopes used for medical purposes (SCAN 9/3/97). The firm inked relationships with the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Health Sciences Center, the University of North Texas, the University of California's Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, and Texas A&M University. The agreements will help International Isotopes develop linear accelerator technology to produce radiopharmaceuticals.

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