radioimmunoconjugate

Radionuclide vs Radioimmunoconjugate - What's the difference?

radionuclide | radioimmunoconjugate |


As nouns the difference between radionuclide and radioimmunoconjugate

is that radionuclide is (physics) a radioactive nuclide while radioimmunoconjugate is an immunoconjugate that contains a radionuclide.

Immunoconjugate vs Radioimmunoconjugate - What's the difference?

immunoconjugate | radioimmunoconjugate |


As nouns the difference between immunoconjugate and radioimmunoconjugate

is that immunoconjugate is (immunology) an antibody that has a second material as a conjugate while radioimmunoconjugate is an immunoconjugate that contains a radionuclide.