Bassim Al Sakere

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Electrochemotherapy is an effective antitumor treatment employing locally applied high voltage electric pulses delivered through conductive electrodes to the tumor in combination with chemotherapeutic drugs. The efficiency of electrochemotherapy strongly depends on the local electric field distribution inside the target tissue. For successful therapy the(More)
12507 Background: Electrochemotherapy (ECT), consisting of electroporating cytotoxic agents (bleomycin or cisplatinum) in tumors, is effective in inducing destruction of cutaneous or subcutaneous tumors and can be used as a palliative treatment for patients with skin melanoma metastases. Our objective was to combine the antigen release induced by ECT with a(More)
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