Matrix presents fluorouracil imaging results
This article was originally published in Clinica
Matrix' fluorouracil/epinephrine injectable gel may provide an excellent tool for three-dimensional autoradiography procedures and reveal complex topographical patterns of drug distribution in tumours. Results from a trial of the gel show that significant retention is achieved in tumours. However, the character of drug distribution and retention varies with tumour type, and this may be attributable to differences in tumour morphology.
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