Preconditioning methods influence tumor property in an orthotopic bladder urothelial carcinoma rat model.

Abstract

Urothelial carcinoma (UC) is an extremely common type of cancer that occurs in the bladder. It has a particularly high rate of recurrence. Therefore, preclinical studies using animal models are essential to determine effective forms of treatment. In the present study, in order to establish an orthotopic bladder UC animal model with clinical relevance, the… (More)

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@article{Miyazaki2014PreconditioningMI, title={Preconditioning methods influence tumor property in an orthotopic bladder urothelial carcinoma rat model.}, author={Kozo Miyazaki and Yuji Morimoto and Nobuhiro Nishiyama and Hiroyuki Satoh and Masamitsu Tanaka and Nariyoshi Shinomiya and Keiichi Ito}, journal={Molecular and clinical oncology}, year={2014}, volume={2 1}, pages={65-70} }