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Metastases development following local tumour treatment


Jurin, A; Jukić, Tomislav; Ivanković, S; Jurin, Mislav
Metastases development following local tumour treatment // Folia biologica (Praha), 55 (2009), 5; 177-182 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, ostalo)


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Naslov
Metastases development following local tumour treatment

Autori
Jurin, A ; Jukić, Tomislav ; Ivanković, S ; Jurin, Mislav

Izvornik
Folia biologica (Praha) (0015-5500) 55 (2009), 5; 177-182

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, ostalo

Ključne riječi
(metastases / experimental tumour / tumour irradiation / tumour surgery / mice

Sažetak
Transplantable mouse methylcholanthrene- induced fibrosarcoma (CMC4 tumour growing in CBA/HZgr mice), characterized by lung metastases developing shortly after local tumour cell transplantation, was used as an experimental model to investigate the problem of tumour metastases after local tumour treatment. Surgery and/or irradiation were performed on locally growing tumour of particular size. Further, heavily irradiated, viable but not dividing tumour cells, imitating the situation in treated tumour-bearing organism, were injected intraperitoneally in a parallel group of treated tumour-bearing mice. The animals were killed 35 days after tumour transplantation and the number and volume of lung metastases were determined. Depending on the treatment performed, when the tumour mass was reduced or even eliminated, the number of lung metastases and their volume were significantly lower than in control mice, but the addition of tumour mass (injection of heavily irradiated tumour cells) resulted in a significant increase in lung metastases parameters, pointing to a possible role of the host's immune reaction against the tumour. Further, the release of a simple molecule, such as nitric oxide, from tumour mass seems to be detrimental for the survival of tumour cells and subsequently their metastases through the induction of angiogenesis and possible suppression of immune reaction. Thus, complex mechanisms could be involved when a locally growing tumour is exposed to a particular therapeutic approach.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Jurin, A; Jukić, Tomislav; Ivanković, S; Jurin, Mislav
Metastases development following local tumour treatment // Folia biologica (Praha), 55 (2009), 5; 177-182 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, ostalo)
Jurin, A., Jukić, T., Ivanković, S. & Jurin, M. (2009) Metastases development following local tumour treatment. Folia biologica (Praha), 55 (5), 177-182.
@article{article, year = {2009}, pages = {177-182}, keywords = {(metastases / experimental tumour / tumour irradiation / tumour surgery / mice}, journal = {Folia biologica (Praha)}, volume = {55}, number = {5}, issn = {0015-5500}, title = {Metastases development following local tumour treatment}, keyword = {(metastases / experimental tumour / tumour irradiation / tumour surgery / mice} }
@article{article, year = {2009}, pages = {177-182}, keywords = {(metastases / experimental tumour / tumour irradiation / tumour surgery / mice}, journal = {Folia biologica (Praha)}, volume = {55}, number = {5}, issn = {0015-5500}, title = {Metastases development following local tumour treatment}, keyword = {(metastases / experimental tumour / tumour irradiation / tumour surgery / mice} }

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