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Strong synergy of heat and modulated electromagnetic field in tumor cell killing
Background and Purpose:Hyperthermia is an emerging complementary method in radiooncology. Despite many positive studies and comprehensive reviews, the method is not widely accepted as a combinationExpand
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DNA fragmentation and caspase-independent programmed cell death by modulated electrohyperthermia
Background and purposeThe electric field and the concomitant heat (electrohyperthermia) can synergistically induce cell death in tumor tissue, due to elevated glycolysis, ion concentration, andExpand
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Upregulation of heat shock proteins and the promotion of damage-associated molecular pattern signals in a colorectal cancer model by modulated electrohyperthermia
In modulated electrohyperthermia (mEHT) the enrichment of electric field and the concomitant heat can selectively induce cell death in malignant tumors as a result of elevated glycolysis, lactateExpand
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Structure, Stability, and Biodistribution of Cationic [M(CO)3]+ (M = Re, 99Tc, 99mTc) Complexes with Tridentate Amine Ligands
Bifunctional chelating molecules linking the fac‐[99mTc(CO)3]+ core with targeting biomolecules are required for the development of specific diagnostic radiopharmaceuticals. Diethylenetriamine (1)Expand
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Preparation and investigation of 99m technetium-labeled low-density lipoproteins in rabbits with experimentally induced hypercholesterolemia
Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) were radiolabeled in atherosclerosis studies. The aim was to investigate the biodistribution and uptake of 99mTc-labeled LDL by atherosclerotic plaques inExpand
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Bystander effect of oncothermia
Metastatic form of malignant tumor diseases is the most serious problem in oncology and the greatest challenge in tumor therapy. Conventional therapeutical approaches (surgery, irradiation, andExpand
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Nanomedicine in Cancer
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Evaluation of rat and rabbit sera lipoproteins in experimentally induced hyperlipidemia by analytical ultracentrifugation
Animals of various species are widely used as models with which to study atherosclerosis and the lipoprotein metabolism. The objective of this study was to investigate the lipoprotein profiles inExpand
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Oncothermia treatment induced immunogenic cancer cell death
Introduction: Oncothermia method (OTM) is a long time applied tumor treatment modality in the human clinical practice. Experimental results showed that OTM can effectively and selectively destroy theExpand
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