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Development of a Neurotensin-Derived 68Ga-Labeled PET Ligand with High In Vivo Stability for Imaging of NTS1 Receptor-Expressing Tumors

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Schindler, Lisa ; Moosbauer, Jutta ; Schmidt, Daniel ; Spruss, Thilo ; Grätz, Lukas ; Lüdeke, Steffen ; Hofheinz, Frank ; Meister, Sebastian ; Echtenacher, Bernd ; Bernhardt, Günther ; Pietzsch, Jens ; Hellwig, Dirk ; Keller, Max
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Overexpression of the neurotensin receptor type 1 (NTS1R), a peptide receptor located at the plasma membrane, has been reported for a variety of malignant tumors. Thus, targeting the NTS1R with 18F- or 68Ga-labeled ligands is considered a straightforward approach towards in vivo imaging of NTS1R-expressing tumors via positron emission tomography (PET). The development of suitable peptidic NTS1R ...


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