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Antivascular and antitumor activities of liposome-associated drugs.
Antivascular and Antitumor Activities of Liposome-associated Drugs
Effect of repetitive administration of doxorubicin encapsulated in sterically stabilized liposomes on plasma kinetics, brain tumor/tissue drug deposition, and tumor vascular permeability in Rats.
Increased brain tumor deposition of doxorubicin liposomes following repetitive dosing: alterations in plasma pharmacokinetics and barrier properties of the tumor microvasculature in rats.
Quantification of Doxorubicin and metabolites in rat plasma and small volume tissue samples by liquid chromatography/electrospray tandem mass spectroscopy.
Tumor antivascular effects of liposome-incorporated drugs
Tumor Antivascular Effects of Liposome-Incorporated Drugs
Analysis of doxorubicin in rat tissues by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectroscopy (LC-MS/MS).
Antivascular effect of doxorubicin liposomes in a rat brain tumor model.
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Enhanced tumor vascular permeability with repetitive administration of doxorubicin-containing liposomes in a rat brain tumor model
Liposomal formulation of TNP-470 and plasma stability