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In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease

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Madonna, MC; Duer, J; Fox, D; Alvarez, J; Ramanujam, N
Published in: Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
January 1, 2020

We performed in intravital fluorescent microscopy in a preclinical cancer dormancy model to capture key changes in mitochondrial activity associated with Her2 treated breast cancer both acutely and in a residual disease state.

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Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

EISSN

2162-2701

ISBN

9781943580743

Publication Date

January 1, 2020

Volume

Part F178-Translational-2020
 

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Madonna, M. C., Duer, J., Fox, D., Alvarez, J., & Ramanujam, N. (2020). In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease. In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers (Vol. Part F178-Translational-2020).
Madonna, M. C., J. Duer, D. Fox, J. Alvarez, and N. Ramanujam. “In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease.” In Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, Vol. Part F178-Translational-2020, 2020.
Madonna MC, Duer J, Fox D, Alvarez J, Ramanujam N. In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease. In: Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2020.
Madonna, M. C., et al. “In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease.” Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, vol. Part F178-Translational-2020, 2020.
Madonna MC, Duer J, Fox D, Alvarez J, Ramanujam N. In vivo metabolic imaging reveals mitochondrial membrane potential reprogramming following Her2-targeted therapy and dormant disease. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2020.

Published In

Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

EISSN

2162-2701

ISBN

9781943580743

Publication Date

January 1, 2020

Volume

Part F178-Translational-2020