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ra•di•o•i•o•dine



Pronunciation: (rā"dē-ō-ī'u-dīn", -din, -dēn"), [key]
n. Chem.
any of nine radioisotopes of iodine, esp. iodine 131 and iodine 125, used as radioactive tracers in research and clinical diagnosis and treatment.

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