The theoretical implications and experimental and clinical results of radiolabeled antiferritin.

Abstract

Ferritin is produced in malignant and normal tissues. It acts both as an immunosuppressant and as an iron storage protein. As a tumor associated protein, it is related to virally induced tumors, and selective tumor targeting by radiolabeled antiferritin antibodies has led to its use in clinical trials. In patients with advanced Hodgkin's disease who have… (More)

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@article{Order1990TheTI, title={The theoretical implications and experimental and clinical results of radiolabeled antiferritin.}, author={Stanley E. Order}, journal={Acta oncologica}, year={1990}, volume={29 6}, pages={689-94} }