Follow-up of bone lesions in an experimental multiple myeloma mouse model: description of an in vivo technique using radiography dedicated for mammography

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The evolution of bone lesions in transplantable C57BL/KaLwRjj 5T mouse myeloma (MM) has been followed in vivo. Mice were anaesthetised and a radiograph of the pelvis and hind legs was performed by a radiograph dedicated for mammography. This is the first description of an in vivo technique under experimental conditions whereby the development of bone lesions owing to the MM growth was demonstrated.

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Vanderkerken, K., Goes, E., De Raeve, H. et al. Follow-up of bone lesions in an experimental multiple myeloma mouse model: description of an in vivo technique using radiography dedicated for mammography. Br J Cancer 73, 1463–1465 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1038/bjc.1996.277

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