31P NMR spectroscopy can predict the optimum interval between fractionated irradiation doses.

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This study was performed to clarify whether changes in the metabolites observed by phosphorous-31 magnetic resonance spectroscopy (31P-MRS) could indicate an optimum interval between two doses of radiation in a murine tumor model. Murine mammary carcinoma cells, FM3A, were irradiated 7 days after transplantation with a single 5 Gy dose without anesthesia… (More)

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@article{Murata199831PNS, title={31P NMR spectroscopy can predict the optimum interval between fractionated irradiation doses.}, author={Osamu Murata and Hideyuki Sakurai and Naoto Mitsuhashi and M. Hasegawa and Mariko Yamakawa and Hiromasa Kurosaki and Kayoko Hayakawa and Hideo Niibe}, journal={Anticancer research}, year={1998}, volume={18 6A}, pages={4297-301} }