Erratum to: Ungersma SE, Pacheco G, Ho C, Yee SF, Ross J, van Bruggen N, Peale FV Jr, Ross S, Carano RA. Vessel imaging with viable tumor analysis for quantification of tumor angiogenesis. Magn Reson Med 2010;63:1637–1647.

@article{Ungersma2011ErratumTU,
  title={Erratum to: Ungersma SE, Pacheco G, Ho C, Yee SF, Ross J, van Bruggen N, Peale FV Jr, Ross S, Carano RA. Vessel imaging with viable tumor analysis for quantification of tumor angiogenesis. Magn Reson Med 2010;63:1637–1647.},
  author={Sharon E. Ungersma and Glenn J Pacheco and Calvin Wai Loon Ho and Sharon Fong Yee and Jed Ross and Nicholas van Bruggen and Franklin V. Peale and Sarajane Ross and Richard A D Carano},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={65 3},
  pages={889-99}
}
Imaging of tumor microvasculature has become an important tool for studying angiogenesis and monitoring antiangiogenic therapies. Ultrasmall paramagnetic iron oxide contrast agents for indirect imaging of vasculature offer a method for quantitative measurements of vascular biomarkers such as vessel size index, blood volume, and vessel density (Q). Here, this technique is validated with direct comparisons to ex vivo micro-computed tomography angiography and histologic vessel measurements… CONTINUE READING