Effects of high-dose microbeam irradiation on tumor microvascular function and angiogenesis.

Abstract

Microbeam radiation therapy (MRT) is a form of cancer treatment in which a single large dose of radiation is spatially fractionated in-line or grid-like patterns. Preclinical studies have demonstrated that MRT is capable of eliciting high levels of tumor response while sparing normal tissue that is exposed to the same radiation field. Since a large fraction… (More)
DOI: 10.1667/RR13712.1

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@article{Fontanella2015EffectsOH, title={Effects of high-dose microbeam irradiation on tumor microvascular function and angiogenesis.}, author={Andrew N. Fontanella and Mary-Keara Boss and Michael J Hadsell and Jian Zhang and Thies Schroeder and Katherine Gray Berman and Mark W. Dewhirst and Sha Chang and Gregory M. Palmer}, journal={Radiation research}, year={2015}, volume={183 2}, pages={147-58} }