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Cobaltous chloride CO-57 (or Cobalt 57) is a radioactive compound, decays by electron capture with a physical half-life of 270.9 days. This compound is a part of diagnostic capsules Rubratrope-57, for the diagnosis of pernicious anemia and as a diagnostic adjunct in other defects of intestinal vitamin B12 absorption. Rubratrope-57 was withdrawn in July 2017.   NCATS

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