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Radioimmunotherapy with radioactive nanoparticles: biological doses and treatment efficiency for vascularized tumors with or without a central hypoxic area.

Bibliographic reference Bouchat, Véronique ; Nuttens, V E ; Michiels, C. ; Masereel, Bernard ; Feron, Olivier ; et. al. Radioimmunotherapy with radioactive nanoparticles: biological doses and treatment efficiency for vascularized tumors with or without a central hypoxic area.. In: Medical Physics, Vol. 37, no. 4, p. 1826-1839 (2010)
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