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Caption: Figure 9: In vivo upconversion fluorescence images of CD20 (a) and CD5 (b) nanoprobes into nude mouse models of Jeko-1 cells under a 980 nm laser excitation.
Tome et al., "High efficacy of tumor-targeting Salmonella typhimurium A1-R on a doxorubicin- and dactolisib-resistant follicular dendritic-cell sarcoma in a patient-derived orthotopic xenograft PDOX nude mouse model," Oncotarget, vol.
Huang et al., "MR diffusion-weighted imaging-based subcutaneous tumour volumetry in a xenografted nude mouse model using 3D Slicer: An accurate and repeatable method," Scientific Reports, vol.
(a) Angioreactors implanted subcutaneously on each flank of a nude mouse. (b) Two angioreactors containing growth factors with (i.e., right side, EPCs) and two without (i.e., left side, controls) cultured EPCs (4 x [10.sup.5] EPCs/angioreactor) from one patient subcutaneously implanted under the surgical incisions.
Treatment of uterine leiomyosarcoma in a xenograft nude mouse model using high intensity focused ultrasound: a potential treatment modality for recurrent pelvic disease.
This prompted us to identify and analyze the components of SPLE for toxicity and antitumor activity using HPLC and LC-MS, followed by in vivo experiments using a xenograft tumor nude mouse model.
(c) The weight of the nude mouse increased, and no significant differences between groups, except for a decrease in the [c-Kit.sup.-] ASC coinjection group at 14 days after injection, were observed.
We conducted a study to examine the viability, host response, and volume retention characteristics of drilled human septal cartilage slurry when injected into an athymic nude mouse model.
[41] suggested that PELP1 downregulation reduces the proliferation and tumorigenic potential of ovarian cancer cells and affects the magnitude of c-Src and protein kinase B (AKT) signaling in a nude mouse model.
Scientists later discover that the nude mouse lacks a functioning thymus, a gland that plays a key role in immune development.
In order to demonstrate the effect of acute ischemia on in vivo BLI, a tourniquet was applied on the leg of a nude mouse proximal to an established U87-Luc thigh xenograft.