Synchrotron microbeam irradiation induces neutrophil infiltration, thrombocyte attachment and selective vascular damage in vivo

@inproceedings{Brnnimann2016SynchrotronMI,
  title={Synchrotron microbeam irradiation induces neutrophil infiltration, thrombocyte attachment and selective vascular damage in vivo},
  author={Daniel Br{\"o}nnimann and Audrey Bouchet and Christoph Schneider and Marine Potez and Raph{\"a}el Serduc and Elke Br{\"a}uer-Krisch and Werner Graber and Stephan von Gunten and Jean Albert Laissue and Valentin Djonov},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
Our goal was the visualizing the vascular damage and acute inflammatory response to micro- and minibeam irradiation in vivo. Microbeam (MRT) and minibeam radiation therapies (MBRT) are tumor treatment approaches of potential clinical relevance, both consisting of parallel X-ray beams and allowing the delivery of thousands of Grays within tumors. We compared… CONTINUE READING