Targeting radiation to tumours.

  • T. E. Wheldon
  • Published 1994 in International journal of radiation biology


Biologically targeted radiotherapy entails the preferential delivery of radiation to solid tumours or individual tumour cells by means of tumour-seeking delivery vehicles to which radionuclides can be conjugated. Variant forms of this are the binary strategies (neutron capture therapy, photodynamic therapy) in which cell killing by the targeting moiety is… (More)


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@article{Wheldon1994TargetingRT, title={Targeting radiation to tumours.}, author={T. E. Wheldon}, journal={International journal of radiation biology}, year={1994}, volume={65 1}, pages={109-16} }