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In vitro stability and content release properties of phosphatidylglyceroglycerol containing thermosensitive liposomes.
MR Characterization of Mild Hyperthermia-Induced Gadodiamide Release From Thermosensitive Liposomes in Solid Tumors
The Gd-TSL appears to be suitable for MR monitoring of HT tumor treatment in a clinical MRI setting independent of field strength, and was monitored and characterized by MRI after i.v. injection in tumor-bearing mice.
Hyperthermia-induced targeting of thermosensitive gene carriers to tumors.
Hyperthermia led to increased accumulation of thermosensitive polymer and aggregation of therMosensitive polyplexes in HT-treated tumors, resulting in up to 10-fold increased DNA deposition compared with non-HT-treated tumor.
MRI-monitoring of hyperthermia induced Gadodiamide release from long-circulating thermosensitive liposomes in tumors
This poster presents a probabilistic analysis of the response of the immune system to high temperatures to treat hyperthermia and shows clear patterns of decline in the immune systems of mice treated with high temperatures.