Combining CXCL10 gene therapy and radiotherapy improved therapeutic efficacy in cervical cancer HeLa cell xenograft tumor models

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Radiotherapy is an important treatment method for cervical cancer, but the efficacy requires improvement. Therefore, novel methods of treatment are required. Previous data have demonstrated that the CXC chemokine ligand 10 (CXCL10) inhibits angiogenesis, induces apoptosis and causes avoidance of the S phase of the cell cycle in cervical cancer cells. The… (More)

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@inproceedings{Zhao2015CombiningCG, title={Combining CXCL10 gene therapy and radiotherapy improved therapeutic efficacy in cervical cancer HeLa cell xenograft tumor models}, author={Ming Zhao and Qian Ma and Jinhui Xu and Shao Zhi Fu and Lanlan Chen and Biqiong Wang and Jingbo Wu and Linglin Yang}, booktitle={Oncology letters}, year={2015} }