MILabs VECTor/CT: Applications at the University of Saskatchewan

MILabs VECTor/CT: Applications at the University of Saskatchewan

by Prof. Ekaterina Dadachova, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Radioimmunoimaging and radioimmunotherapy applications are supported by the MILabs VECTorCT platform at the University of Saskatchewan, including:
‣ Daratumumab-225Actinium Conjugate Demonstrates Greatly Enhanced Antitumor Activity Against Experimental Multiple Myeloma Tumors
‣ Comparative Radioimmunotherapy of Experimental Melanoma With Novel Humanized Antibody to Melanin Labeled With 213Bismuth and 177Lutetium

Took place: August, 2020 (at vEMIM)

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