Several Radionuclides for your Project
Eckert & Ziegler provides a wide range of different quality medical radioisotopes for your research, development and clinic including clinical trials. Our product portfolio consists of gallium-68 generators pharmaceutical yttrium-90 chloride and a wide range of radiochemicals such as Lutetium-177 (n.c.a.) or Actinium-225.
Our radiochemicals are not intended for use in humans. They have not been registered as pharmaceutical products.
Eckert & Ziegler has a long history in the production of radionuclides for different applications. Our Braunschweig site is dating back more than 100 years and with Buchler & Co, has been one of the cradles for commercial production of medical radioisotopes in Germany and worldwide. Around the turn of the century it has been one of the first providers of Radium-226, with customers such as Marie Curie.
To this date we act as a a full-range supplier of radionuclides for diagnostic and therapeutical as well as GMP radiolabeling services. We develop radiolabeling and quality control protocols for your products and projects.
Radionuclides and Services
Apart from our well-known Gallium-68 generators GalliaPharm® and IGG100, the [90Y]Yttrium Chloride Solution Yttriga and Lutetium-177 (n.c.a.), we offer further radionuclides in different qualities, that are available upon request.
Please take a look at the following table to find out more about our portfolio and the options:
|Filling, Contract Manufacturing of Ac-225 products
|Filling, Contract Manufacturing of Lu-177 products
|Filling, Contract Manufacturing of P-32 products
|Filling, Contract Manufacturing of Th-228 products
|Filling, Contract Manufacturing of Y-90 products
Apart from the radioisotopes stated above, Yttrium-86 and Iodine-124 have been provided for PET applications in the past.
Eckert & Ziegler operates a DAkkS (Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH) laboratory in Braunschweig for the manufacturing of calibration standards for all radionuclides.
Dose calculations for a wide range of isotopes can be performed, e.g. for the determination of target tissue dose when working with therapeutic gamma or beta emitting sources. In this context the MCNPX program (Monte Carlo N-Particle eXtended), particularly suitable for β-radiation, can be used.