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Dennis W. Wester patentsRecent bibliographic sampling of Dennis W. Wester patents listed/published in the public domain by the USPTO (USPTO Patent Application #,Title):
03/05/09 - 20090060812 - Medical radioisotopes and methods for producing the same
This disclosure concerns a new method for preparing radioisotopes, such as molybdenum-99, by alpha particle irradiation, such as by alpha particle irradiation of zirconium-96. Molybdenum-99 is a precursor to the medically-significant radioisotope technetium-99m. Also disclosed are novel compositions containing one or more of technetium-99m, molybdenum-99 and zirconium species. Systems for...
Inventors: Robert E. Schenter, Dennis W. Wester, Glenn W. Hollenberg, Brian M. Rapko, Gregg J. Lumetta
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20090060812 - Medical radioisotopes and methods for producing the same
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