Vascular patterning and permeability in prostate cancer models with differing osteogenic properties

@article{Dafni2012VascularPA,
  title={Vascular patterning and permeability in prostate cancer models with differing osteogenic properties},
  author={H. Dafni and A. Burghardt and S. Majumdar and N. Navone and S. Ronen},
  journal={NMR in Biomedicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={25}
}
Bone metastasis is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in prostate cancer. However, the lack of clinically relevant models hinders our understanding of the disease as well as development of effective therapies and imaging approaches. We used noninvasive MRI, histology and micro CT to further characterize the newly established prostate cancer bone metastases‐derived model MDA‐PCa‐118b, and to compare it to the well‐established PC‐3MM2 model with regard to bone structure and vascular… Expand
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