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Specificity of diastereomers of [99mTc]TRODAT-1 as dopamine transporter imaging agents.
Meegalla SK, Plossl K, Kung MP, Stevenson DA, Mu M, Kushner S, Liable-Sands LM, Rheingold AL, Kung HF.
J Med Chem 1998 Feb 12;41(4):428-36