radioresistance


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radioresistance

n. radiorresistencia, resistencia a los efectos de una radiación.
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Platinum nanoparticles an exquisite tool to overcome radioresistance. Cancer Nanotechnol.
This may be connected with radioresistance (23) which is also consistent with our results showing shorter patient OS.
Activation of AhR with nuclear IKKa regulates cancer stem-like properties in the occurrence of radioresistance. Cell Death Dis 9(5):490, PMID: 29706625, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41419-0180542-9.
[21.] Piao LS, Hur W, Kim TK, et al CD133+ liver cancer stem cells modulate radioresistance in human hepatocellular carcinoma.
PAFR selectively mediates radioresistance and irradiation-induced autophagy suppression in prostate cancer cells.
An imaging biomarker for radioresistance, such as 18-F-FMISO, could be employed to determine any differentials within the cancer and used to modulate radiotherapy in order to appropriately vary the radiation field and also to identify resistant areas that can be selectively dose escalated [137].
This model predicts RSI to be directly proportional to tumor radioresistance (RSI, high index = radioresistance).
Faibish et al., "Role of YKL-40 in the angiogenesis, radioresistance, and progression of glioblastoma," Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
McLendon et al., "Glioma stem cells promote radioresistance by preferential activation of the DNA damage response," Nature, vol.
The poor response rate in these nonclear cell patients may indicate an inherent radioresistance more so in these patients compared to those with clear cell RCC.
A better understanding of the molecular pathways involved in tumor's radioresistance may reveal new potential therapeutic targets [16, 17].