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Pathology of non-thermal irreversible electroporation (N-TIRE)-induced ablation of the canine brain
(Korean Society of Veterinary Science, 2013)
This study describes the neuropathologic features of normal canine brain ablated with non-thermal irreversible electroporation (N-TIRE). The parietal cerebral cortices of four dogs were treated with N-TIRE using a ...
Detection of Salmonella spp. Using a Generic and Differential FRET-PCR
To facilitate the detection of Salmonella and to be able to rapidly and conveniently determine the species/subspecies present, we developed and tested a generic and differential FRET-PCR targeting their tetrathionate ...
New Agents for Targeting of IL-13RA2 Expressed in Primary Human and Canine Brain Tumors
Interleukin 13 receptor alpha 2 (IL-13RA2) is over-expressed in a vast majority of human patients with high-grade astrocytomas like glioblastoma. Spontaneous astrocytomas in dogs resemble human disease and have been proposed ...
Vacuum-Assisted Closure Combined with a Myocutaneous Flap in the Management of Osteomyelitis in a Dog
Case Description. A 2.5-year-old female spayed mixed breed dog presented to the Teaching Hospital for draining tracts on the left medial aspect of the tibia. Two years prior to presentation, the patient sustained a left ...
Abdominal ultrasonographic findings at diagnosis of osteosarcoma in dogs and association with treatment outcome
Clinicopathologic Significance of Histologic Grade, Pgp, and P53 Expression in Canine Lymphoma
(Amer Animal Hospital Assoc, 2013-05-01)
Improved Local and Systemic Anti-Tumor Efficacy for Irreversible Electroporation in Immunocompetent versus Immunodeficient Mice
Irreversible electroporation (IRE) is a non-thermal focal ablation technique that uses a series of brief but intense electric pulses delivered into a targeted region of tissue, killing the cells by irrecoverably disrupting ...