Table 1: Statistical results ( and SSE) and computed by means of different fitting functions, with distinction between DOTATOC and DOTATATE peptides, with and without accumulation behaviour. Concerning , a single value for each peptide was computed, irrespective of the kinetic behaviour. A negative (obtained in 6 MNfix fits) means that a constant function equal to the mean value of the data would fit better; that is, the fit is of very poor quality.

Biological constants
Cases with accumulationClearance only cases
Mean medianSEE medianMean medianSEE median
(range) (range)(range)(range) (range)(range)

DOTATATE
8.60.71 1.6–0.99)0.89 (0.07–5.30)8.60.81 (0.40–0.99)0.58 (0.004–4.04)
(2–13)0.82 (0.08–0.98)0.59 (0.007–1.83) (5–21)0.94 (0.57–0.99)0.25 (0.002–1.07)
(42–427)0.99 (0.75–1)0.017 (0.001–0.147) (9–311)0.98 (0.75–0.99)0.092 (0–1.057)
(6–21) (0–162)

DOTATOC
11.04−0.71 1.47–0.60)2.32 (1.05–11.24)11.040.82 (0.36–0.98)0.49 (0.05–9.09)
(1–7)0.57 (0.01–0.93)0.34 (0.13–4.71) (7–24)0.97 (0.66–1.00)0.17 (0.002–5.26)
(28–308)1 (0.89–1)0.01 (0–0.02) (9–443)0.99 (0.80–1)0.025 (0–0.364)
(6–22) (0–22)