Variations of dose and electrode spacing for rat breast cancer electrochemical treatment.

@article{Ren2001VariationsOD,
  title={Variations of dose and electrode spacing for rat breast cancer electrochemical treatment.},
  author={R L Ren and Nayana Vora and Feng Yang and Jeffrey Longmate and Weining Wang and Hui Sun and Jin Rong Li and Lola Weiss and Cecil L Staud and Jean A. McDougall and C. K. Chou},
  journal={Bioelectromagnetics},
  year={2001},
  volume={22 3},
  pages={205-11}
}
Electrochemical treatment (EChT) with direct current delivered through implanted electrodes has been used for local control of solid tumors in humans. This study tested the hypothesis that rat breast cancer responses to EChT are dependent on electrode spacing and dose, and explored suitable parameters for treating breast cancers with EChT. Rat breast cancers were initiated by injecting 1 x 10(6) MTF-7 cells to the right mammary gland fat pad of Fisher 344 female rats. The rats were randomly… CONTINUE READING
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