radiolabel

[rey-dee-oh-ley-buh l]

verb (used with object), ra·di·o·la·beled, ra·di·o·la·bel·ing or (especially British) ra·di·o·la·belled, ra·di·o·la·bel·ling. Chemistry.


Origin of radiolabel

First recorded in 1950–55; radio- + label
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radiolabel in Medicine

radiolabel

[rā′dē-ō-lābəl]

v.

To tag a hormone, enzyme, or other substance with a radiotracer.

n.

A radiotracer.
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