Kshama Natarajan

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PURPOSE The availability of noninvasive techniques to detect the effects of antiangiogenic agents is critically important for optimizing treatment of cancer with these agents. Magnetic resonance(More)
Magnetic resonance studies have previously shown that solid tumors and cancer cells in culture typically exhibit high phosphocholine and total choline. Treatment of cancer cells with the(More)
Choline metabolites in malignant human mammary epithelial cells (HMECs) are significantly altered compared to normal HMECs. (1)H NMR studies of cell extracts have shown that treatment of malignant(More)
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