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2000High-Linear Energy Transfer (LET) alpha vs Low-LET beta Emitters in Radioimmunotherapy of Solid Tumors: Therapeutic Efficacy and Dose-Limiting Toxicity of 213Bi- vs 90Y-Labeled CO17-1A Fab' Fragments in a Human Colonic Cancer Model.BEHR T.m.; BEHE M.; STABIN M.g.; WEHRMANN E.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; STRUTZ F.; FAYYAZI A.; WIELAND E.; GRATZ S.t., et alArticles in Journals
2001Radiopeptide Therapy with Cholecystokinin(CCK)-B/Gastrin Receptor Ligands Labeled with Auger/Conversion Electron-versus alpha- or Conventional beta Emitters.BEHR T.m.; BEHE M.; ANGERSTEIN C.; STABIN M.g.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; KOCH Lothar; ROESCH F.; BECKER W.Contributions to Conferences
2000Radiopeptide Therapy with Cholecystokinin-B/Gastrin Receptor Ligands: Dose-Limiting Toxicity and Therapeutic Efficacy of Auger / Conversion Electron (111-In, 140-Nd) vs alpha(213-Bi) or Conventional beta(90-Y, 153-Sm) Emitters.BEHR T.m.; BEBE M.; STABIN M.g.; ANGERSTEIN C.; MACH R.; HAGEMANN L.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; KOCH Lothar; ROESCH F., et alContributions to Conferences
2000Studies on the Red Marrow Dosimetry in Radioimmunotherapy. An Experimental Investigation of Factors Influencing the Radio-Induced Myelotoxicity in Therapy with beta-, Auger/Conversion Electron-, or alpha-Emitters.BEHR T.m.; SGOUROS G.; STABIN M.g.; BEHE M.; ANGERSTEIN Ch.; BLUMENTHAL R.d.; APOSTOLIDIS Christos; MOLINET Roger; SHARKEY R.m.; KOCH Lothar, et alArticles in Journals
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