The radioactive facility in the IdiPAZ laboratories consists of the following units:
• Radioisotope Laboratory, with exclusive areas of use of ß and γ isotopes, aliquots removal area, stores of radiolabelled compounds and devices for exclusive use with radioactive material.
This laboratory has the following equipment:
Radioisotope laboratory: Contains exclusive areas for
the use of ß and γ isotopes, aliquot withdrawal and storage
of radiolabeled compounds and equipment for exclusive
use with radioactive material.
The laboratory has the following equipment:
• CO2 incubator
• Cell harvester
• Beta counter
• Hybridisation oven
• Gel dryer
• SpeedVac® concentrator
• Screens and containers specifically for γ and β radiation
• High-energy γ and β contamination detectors (Geiger
The facility has been authorised by the Spanish Nuclear Security Council (CSN) to operate with the following radionuclides: 3H, 33P, 32P, 125I, 51Cr.
• The research building also has X-ray equipment located in the basement
Radiological Protection is performed by staff of the Radiological Protection Unit from the Hospital Universitario La Paz, who periodically control laboratory contamination levels and are also responsible for the removal and management of waste, and the management of users' personal dosimeters.
Person responsible: Alba Boré Medina
Telephone: +34 91 207 10 34