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In Vivo Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Orthotopic Prostate Cancer

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posted on 02.05.2020 by Murali K. Ravoori, Sheela Singh, Peiying Yang, Wei Wei, Huiqing Chen, Jingfei Ma, James A. Bankson, Vikas Kundra

Supplementary Figure 1: Figure 1A, B with region of interest (in yellow) to identify the tumor.

Supplementary Figure 2: Example T2- Dixon-‘‘water only’’ images with regions of interest outlining tumor (in yellow) and prostate (in red) from Figure 1 A and B left panel and from Figure 4C.

Supplementary Table 1 Data for Table 1 Young mice. Comparison of overall best MR sequence to detect mouse prostate cancer visualization in young or old nude mice at 7T. (Summary of pairwise comparisons between modalities by endpoint based on linear mixed model estimates.)

Supplementary Table 2 Data for Table 1 Old mice. Comparison of overall best MR sequence to detect mouse prostate cancer visualization in young or old nude mice at 7T. (Summary of pairwise comparisons between modalities by endpoint based on linear mixed model estimates.)

Supplementary Table 3 Data for Table 2: Comparison of prostate cancer conspicuity, margin delineation, and tumor to background contrast in young or old nude mice at 7T. (Summary of linear mixed model estimated mean score of modalities by endpoint.)

Supplementary Table 4: Conspicuity, Contrast and Margin Delineation in Young vs Old mice.

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Funding was provided by the Prostate Cancer Research Program at The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center and by the Cancer Center Support Grant P30 CA016672. The funders had no role in decisions on whether to publish the work.

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