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The use of yttrium in medical imaging and therapy: historical background and future perspectives. / Tickner, Ben; Stasiuk, Graeme; Duckett, Simon; Angelovski, Goran .

In: CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, Vol. 49, No. 17, 07.09.2020, p. 6169-6185.

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Tickner, B, Stasiuk, G, Duckett, S & Angelovski, G 2020, 'The use of yttrium in medical imaging and therapy: historical background and future perspectives', CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, vol. 49, no. 17, pp. 6169-6185. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CS00840C

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Tickner, B., Stasiuk, G., Duckett, S., & Angelovski, G. (2020). The use of yttrium in medical imaging and therapy: historical background and future perspectives. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS, 49(17), 6169-6185. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CS00840C

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Tickner B, Stasiuk G, Duckett S, Angelovski G. The use of yttrium in medical imaging and therapy: historical background and future perspectives. CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 2020 Sep 7;49(17):6169-6185. https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CS00840C

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Tickner, Ben ; Stasiuk, Graeme ; Duckett, Simon ; Angelovski, Goran . / The use of yttrium in medical imaging and therapy: historical background and future perspectives. In: CHEMICAL SOCIETY REVIEWS. 2020 ; Vol. 49, No. 17. pp. 6169-6185.

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