Evaluation of hypoxia in a feline model of head and neck cancer using 64Cu-ATSM positron emission tomography/computed tomography.

Ballegeer, Elizabeth A.
Madrill, Nicole J.
Berger, Kevin L.
Agnew, Dalen W.
McNiel, Elizabeth A.
2013

Background: Human and feline head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) share histology, certain molecular features, as well as locally aggressive and highly recurrent clinical behavior. In human HNSCC, the presence of significant hypoxia within these tumors is considered an important factor in the development of a more aggressive phen... read more

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Ballegeer, Elizabeth, Nicole J. Madrill, Kevin L. Berger, Dalen W. Agnew, and Elizabeth A. McNiel. "Evaluation of hypoxia in a feline model of head and neck cancer using 64Cu-ATSM positron emission tomography/computed tomography." BMC Cancer 13, no. 1 (12, 2013): 1-11.
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