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2013DNA double strand break assessment as predictor of efficacy of the alpha-particle emitter Ac-225 and the electron emitter Lu-177 for somatostatin receptor radiotherapyGRAF Franziska; FAHRER Jörg; MAUS Stephan; MORGENSTERN Alfred; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; VENKATACHALAM S.; FOTTNER C.; WEBER Matthias M.; HUELSENBECK Johannes; SCHRECKENBERGER M, et alContributions to Conferences
2013DNA double strand break assessment by yH2AX-foci quantification after alpha-particle emitter Ac-225 and electron emitter Lu-177 somatostatin receptor targeted radiotherapy correlates with cell death and apoptosis in vitroGRAF Franziska; FAHRER Jörg; MAUS Stephan; MORGENSTERN Alfred; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; VENKATACHALAM S.; FOTTNER C.; WEBER M.m.; HUELSENBECK Johannes; SCHRECKENBERGER M, et alContributions to Conferences
2014DNA double strand breaks as predictor of efficacy of the alpha-particle emitter Ac-225 and the electron emitter Lu-177 for somatostatin receptor targeted radiotherapyGRAF Franziska; FAHRER Jörg; MAUS Stephan; MORGENSTERN Alfred; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; VENKATACHALAM S.; FOTTNER C.; WEBER M.m.; HUELSENBECK Johannes; SCHRECKENBERGER M, et alArticles in Journals
2012In vitro evaluation of alpha-particle emitter Ac-225 for somatostatin receptor radiotherapyGRAF Franziska; MORGENSTERN Alfred; BRUCHERTSEIFER Frank; VENKATACHALAM S.; FOTTNER C.; WEBER M.m.; KAINA B; SCHRECKENBERGER M; MIEDERER MatthiasContributions to Conferences
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