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Pretargeted immuno-PET of CEA-expressing intraperitoneal human colonic tumor xenografts: a new sensitive detection method

By Rafke Schoffelen, Winette TA van der Graaf, Robert M Sharkey, Gerben M Franssen, William J McBride, Chien-Hsing Chang, Peter Laverman, David M Goldenberg, Wim JG Oyen and Otto C Boerman
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: Springer
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