Moravek offers state-of-the-art radiolabeling services to support clinical and non-clinical research projects. We are the top choice in the industry for the custom synthesis of high-quality carbon-14 (14C) and tritium (3H) radiolabeled compounds.

Recognized and renowned worldwide, Moravek is a leading supplier of radiolabeled compounds for non-clinical, pre-clinical, and clinical studies. Our professional radiolabeling services provide regulatory-compliant and quality-assured products that suit our clients’ diverse needs.

With extensive experience in synthesis, purification, analysis, documentation, and release of radiolabeled compounds, our team is ready to provide custom services to support any stage of drug development, from drug discovery to clinical trials. We offer custom synthesis of radiolabeled compounds with industry-leading turnaround times. Moravek also performs high-quality purification and analytical services with our state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and facilities so that your radiolabeled compound meets your specifications.

Our world-class radiochemists are experienced in a wide range of chemistry techniques. This level of specialized experience allows us to handle complex radiolabeling projects and efficiently synthesize nearly any custom compound. Our team of chemists can provide you with a variety of options for a label position, so that you can select a label position that is appropriate for your research goals.

Our Proposal Development Coordinators and radiochemists will work together to design an organized campaign that meets your needs and all regulatory requirements. Customized GMP and non-GMP radiolabeling services offered by Moravek include:

  • Radiosynthesis
  • Purification
  • Analysis
  • Quality control
  • Production reports
  • Feasibility check and method transfer
  • Quality assurance documentation oversight and final product release
  • Analytical protocols and reports
  • Direct collaboration with CROs
  • Shipping and logistics with a clear chain of custody
  • Long-term storage at a variety of conditions
  • stability studies