A“Proteoglycan Targeting Strategy” for the\ud Scintigraphic Imaging and Monitoring of the Swarm Rat\ud Chondrosarcoma Orthotopic Model

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Peyrode, C. ; Gouin, F. ; Vidal, A. ; Auzeloux, P. ; Besse, S. ; Dauplat, M.M. ; Askienazy, S. ; Heymann, D. ; Chezal, J.M. ; Redini, F. ; Miot-Noirault, E. (2011)
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    mesheuropmc: viruses

Our lab developed 99mTc-NTP 15-5 radiotracer as targeting proteoglycans (PGs) for the scintigraphic imaging of joint. This paper\ud reports preclinical results of 99mTc-NTP 15-5 imaging of an orthotopic model of Swarm rat chondrosarcoma (SRC). 99mTc-NTP\ud 15-5 imaging ... View more
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