Radiochemicals for research and clinical use

BV Cyclotron VU is a global health science company that produces radiopharmaceuticals and radiochemicals for medical diagnostics and research. Located at the campus of VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, Cyclotron VU produces GMP- compliant medical isotopes in state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities.

These products are used daily by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical device manufacturers, hospitals, clinics, and research laboratories.

More information on Zirconium-89 for radiolabeling, Iodine-124 for radiolabeling, Sodium Iodide 124I for injection, 18F-Fludeoxyglucose, 18F-Fluoromethylcholine 18F-Florbetaben, KryptoScanTM: 81Rb/81mKr Generator and Type A Transport Container: Lead and Tungsten.

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Clinical collaboration announced between Telix Pharmaceuticals and Radboud University Medical Center

10/4/2018: This highly interesting international collaboration lays the foundation for the completion of product development of 89Zr-Girentuximabarrow

Review highlights newest advances in 89Zr chelation chemistry and development of DFO alternatives

10/4/2018: An authorative overview of state-of-the art 89Zr chelators.arrow

Meet the Team: Dr. Maria Vosjan

21/10/2017: As Operations Manager at BV Cyclotron VU, Maria is member of the Management Team and responsible for all operational processes within the company. She is also involved in the implementation of new tracers and is ensuring a smooth transition to the new Imaging Center at the VUmc.arrow

Meet us at EANM 2017 Vienna

12/10/2017: We will be present at the 30th  Annual Congress of the European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) in Vienna, Austria (oct. 21-25). See what we can do for you in relation to our products and services! Also, more information will be available about our brandnew laboratories and cyclotron facilities in the new Imaging Center in Amsterdam.arrow

French and Dutch researchers jointly author an important new review on 89Zr-immunoPET

7/9/2017: Researchers from the Radboud University Medical Center (Netherlands) and of the Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté (Dijon, France) have jointly authored a vast review covering the main medical applications of 89Zr-immunoPET as well as manufacturing aspects of 89Zr labeling for this end. The result: Labeling with 89Zr makes a lot of sense, improvements are welcome in the development of new chelators and bioconjugators.arrow

The new state-of-the-art VUmc Imaging Center in Amsterdam

16/5/2017: The construction work on our new fully integrated, state-of-the-art imaging site is making good progress. The new building will play a crucial role in the successful and efficient development of novel diagnostic and drug therapies.arrow

PET with 89Zr-bevacizumab found promising to guide therapy in children with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma

4/5/2017: A team of investigators from the VU University Medical Center (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) verified that the monoclonal antibody (mAb) bevacizumab, labeled with 89Zr, is able to reach tumors in children with DIPG, by quantifying its uptake by the tumors via PET.arrow