Murine sarcoma virus-induced brain tumors. Concurrent measurements of blood flow and transcapillary transport.

@article{Vriesendorp1984MurineSV,
  title={Murine sarcoma virus-induced brain tumors. Concurrent measurements of blood flow and transcapillary transport.},
  author={Francine J. Vriesendorp and Dennis R. Groothuis and Nicholas A. Vick},
  journal={Journal of neuro-oncology},
  year={1984},
  volume={2 4},
  pages={
          301-14
        }
}
Intracerebral inoculation of Murine Sarcoma Virus (MSV) into rats induces highly vascular brain tumors. Blood flow, F, and a unidirectional blood-to-tissue transfer constant, K, were measured concurrently in 16 separate brain tumors in 13 rats. Regional measurements of F and K were obtained using double-label quantitative autoradiography with 131I-iodoantipyrine, 14C-alpha aminoisobutyric acid, and computerized microdensitometry with image analysis. Regional tissue extraction fractions (E) were… CONTINUE READING
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