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[Enhanced cell killing by hyperthermia and irradiation in KK-47 cells (author's transl)].
- K. Nakajima
- MedicineNihon Hinyokika Gakkai zasshi. The japanese…
- 1 April 1980
Anticancer drug sensitivity in vitro in the bladder cancer cell line, KK-47 and prophylactic use of carbazilquinone and urokinase in bladder cancer
The results in the thio-TEPA failures group suggested the presence of a cross-resistance between both alkylating agents, and of a persistent susceptibility to multifocal lesions.
Hyperthermic intravesical peplomycin perfusion treatment for bladder cancer.
- T. Uchibayashi, K. Nakajima, H. Hisazumi, A. Nishino, N. Miyoshi
- MedicineBritish journal of urology
- 1 July 1993
The results indicate that hyperthermic perfusion with ethanol and peplomycin is clinically safe, is accompanied by very little pain and may be useful for the management of superficial bladder tumours in elderly patients.
Radiofrequency capacitive hyperthermia combined with irradiation of chemotherapy for patients with invasive bladder cancers
- T. Uchibayashi, H. Yamamoto, K. Kunimi, K. Koshida, K. Nakajima
- MedicineInternational Urology and Nephrology
- 1 November 1995
To assess the immediate therapeutic clinical efficacy and long-term outcome, hyperthermia in combination with irradiation or chemotherapeutic agent was used in 46 patients with invasive bladder…
Inhibition of cell growth by irradiation in combination with hyperthermia or anticancer drugs.
Enhanced cytotoxicity by the combined use of irradiation and 43 degrees C hyperthermia or two anticancer drugs, bleomycin (BLM) and cis-dichlorodiammineplatinum (CDDP), has been investigated in vitro, as well as the size of colonies derived from single survivor cells after treatment.
[A hyperthermic perfusion therapy using peplomycin and ethanol for bladder cancer].
- K. Nakajima, H. Hisazumi, +6 authors A. Nishino
- MedicineHinyokika kiyo. Acta urologica Japonica
- 1 October 1984
Most of the patients had bladder discomfort such as irritation, pollakisuria and so on, during and/or after perfusion, but no patient developed acute pyelonephritis.
CELLULAR BINDING OF HEMATOPORPHYRIN DERIVATIVE IN HUMAN BLADDER CANCER CELL LINES: KK‐47
- N. Miyoshi, H. Hisazumi, O. Ueki, K. Nakajima
- Chemistry, MedicinePhotochemistry and photobiology
- 1 March 1984
The results obtained suggested that mainly dimeric HpD may bind weakly to the cell membrane, and then slowly be distributed throughout the cytoplasm.
[Established cell line of urinary bladder carcinoma (KK-47): growth, heterotransplantation, microscopic structure and chromosome pattern (author's transl)].
Chemosensitivity of established human bladder carcinoma cell lines in vitro.
The dose-survival curves were classified into 2 types: biphasic type (bleomycin) and exponential decrease type (the others) and may offer a guide to chemotherapeutic design as well as to the selection of possibly effective agents for bladder cancer therapy.
Primary localized amyloidosis of bladder.
A case of primary localized amyloid tumor of the bladder is described, which was confused with neoplasm by cystoscopic, urographic, and other studies. Surgical specimens obtained by transurethral…