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Gallium-67 Localization in Rat and Mouse Tumors

Science  16 Jan 1970:
Vol. 167, Issue 3916, pp. 289-290
DOI: 10.1126/science.167.3916.289

Abstract

Various nonosseous tumors in mice and rats concentrate gallium-67—ESR-586 preputial gland carcinoma, P-1798 lymphosarcoma, C3H/ HeJ mammary tumor, AKR/J thymic lymphoma, R-3259 giant cell sarcoma, Walker-256 carcinosarcoma, and a new transplantable neoplasm of rats. This last tumor showed the greatest affinity for galliun. Viable tumor cells are mainly responsible for uptake of gallium-67; autoradiographic studies indicate it is chiefly located in tumor cytoplasm.

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