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By Arnold J. Rudolph, Arnold J. Rudol, Arnold J. Rudolph MD

Colour atlas of neonatology. quantity of a 5 quantity set masking a whole diversity of dermatologic, cardiac, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, neurologic, and musculoskeletal problems, genetics, and syndromes.

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With regard to the positionally directing electronic influence, highly electron rich moieties such as heteroaromatic rings came into consideration. Various reactions of non-radioactive nucleophiles including fluoride as caesium or potassium fluoride had already been carried out and showed very high regioselectivity up to regiospecificity (Yamada and Okawara 1972a, 1972b; Martin-Santamaria et al. 2000). As indicated in Table 4, radiofluorination via diaryliodonium salts leads mostly to both 18 F-labeled arenes in different product ratios.

4. Dependence of RCY on the number of methyl-substituents (Gail et al. 1997); trigonal bipyramidal geometry of the intermediate [18 F]fluoride complex of the nucleophilic attack et al. 1997; Shah et al. 1998; Hostetler et al. 1999; Martin-Santamaria et al. 2000). With regard to the positionally directing electronic influence, highly electron rich moieties such as heteroaromatic rings came into consideration. Various reactions of non-radioactive nucleophiles including fluoride as caesium or potassium fluoride had already been carried out and showed very high regioselectivity up to regiospecificity (Yamada and Okawara 1972a, 1972b; Martin-Santamaria et al.

These are summarized exemplarily in Fig. 9 and in a detailed review by Okarvi (2001). In particular, reagents with fluorine-18 in a stable aromatic position were of primary interest (Zalutsky et al. 1992) and, as recent examples, 4-[18 F]fluorobenzaldehyde and 4-[18 F]fluorophenyldiazonium have been used in chemoselective 18 F-labeling of peptides (Poethko et al. 2004; Patt et al. 2002). As very new fluoroprosthetic groups for 18 F-labeling of heteropolymers such as peptides, glucoproteins and oligonucleotides, derivatized heteroarylfluorides (for review see Dollé 2005) and even the readily available 2-[18 F]fluorodeoxyglucose (Prante et al.

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