Point Biopharma, Isotopia sign clinical agreement for isotope

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

July 23, 2021 -- Point Biopharma Global and Isotopia Molecular Imaging announced the companies have signed a clinical supply agreement for the medical radioisotope lutetium-177, a therapeutic isotope used in Point's pipeline of radiopharmaceutical assets.

Company leaders touted lutetium-177's 6.6-day half-life, saying it is short enough for use with a variety of radiopharmaceuticals and long enough to minimize decay loss during preparation and shipping. They also said the isotope damages tumors when bound to disease-specific targeting therapeutics.

The isotope will be used at Point's Indianapolis facility in the manufacturing of its therapeutic radioligand therapies.


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