Anneke E. van den Berg-Blok

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When a tumour is growing in a thin sheet-like fashion, many useful parameters can be directly determined by optical means. In a "sandwich" system a tumor grows in a thin, separated layer of subcutis on the back of a rodent. The tumour itself is enclosed between two transparent surfaces, one being a glass cover slip. Living tumour cells appear to be(More)
The effect of hematoporphyrin derivative photoradiation on tumor and normal tissue microcirculation was studied microscopically in vivo on rats with mammary carcinomas transplanted into subcutis in transparent observation chambers. One day after i.p. injection of hematoporphyrin derivative (15 mg/kg), chambers were exposed to red light (632 ±2 nm, eight(More)
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