SHINE shares update on LEU-based method for Mo-99 production

01/21/2013 | Wisconsin State Journal (Madison)

SHINE Medical Technologies said the Los Alamos National Laboratory had succeeded in producing and separating molybdenum-99 from uranium sulfate solution. SHINE said the development shows the low-enriched uranium-based method can be used to produce the isotope on a commercial scale. The company is looking to meet at least 50% of the U.S. demand for the isotope by 2016.

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