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Irreversible electroporation (IRE) ablation uses brief electric pulses to kill a volume of tissue without damaging the structures contraindicated for surgical resection or thermal ablation, including blood vessels and ureters. IRE offers a targeted nephron-sparing approach for treating kidney tumors, but the relevant organ-specific electrical properties and(More)
Reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography was used to determine the elution profiles of a series of synthetic cycloalkylated bases, nucleosides, and their corresponding 5'-monophosphates. A 70% aqueous methanol solution proved to be the most efficient solvent system for the separation of a mixture of the bases, all of which were eluted in times(More)
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