Innovative Grade US Origin Mouse Plasma - CD-1 Reference 11-19-14

Posted by Leanne Kodsman on

Innovative Research's Innovative Grade US Origin Mouse Plasma - CD-1 was recently used in the following study:

Thermosensitive Liposome Formulated Indocyanine Green for Near-Infrared Triggered Photodynamic Therapy: In Vivo Evaluation for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

CS Shemesh, D Moshkelani, H Zhang - Pharmaceutical Research, 2014
Heparinized mouse plasma was purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI). ... Furthermore,liposo- mal encapsulation of photosensitizers other than ICG have been attempted and evaluated in vitro and ex vivo by other researchers for cancer treatment, which have shown to...

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