Magnetic Resonance Elastography reveals effects of anti-angiogenic glioblastoma treatment on tumor stiffness and captures progression in an orthotopic mouse model

Katharina Schregel*, Michal O. Nowicki, Miklos Palotai, Navid Nazari, Rachel Zane, Ralph Sinkus, Sean E. Lawler, Samuel Patz

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