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Keywords: hypoxia
PO-GePV-T-433The Plant Hemoglobin Can Be Developed as a Radio-Enhancer in Solid Tumor Radiation Treatment
S Yasmin-Karim1*, J Wood2, M Moreau3, W Ngwa4, (1)Harvard Medical School,Boston, MA, (2) Dana - Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, (3) Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Everett, MA, (4) Brigham and Womens Hospital, Boston, MA
PO-GePV-T-436Analysis of Preclinical IMRT Plan Quality Versus Number of Beam Angles
D Olivera Velarde1*, E Pearson1, B Aydogan1, H Halpern1, G Redler2, B Epel1, J Slagowski1, (1) University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, (2) H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL
TU-E-TRACK 5-4Measuring Oxygen Concentration at Ultra-Fast Rates During Proton FLASH Delivery Using Phosphorescence Quenching of Soluble Oxyphor Probes
A L Van Slyke*, M El Khatib, K Shoniyozov, E Diffenderfer, M Kim, C J Koch, S A Vinogradov, R D Wiersma, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
TU-E-TRACK 5-7Modeling Radiation-Induced Oxygen Depletion and Its Effects On Normal Tissue Complications in FLASH-RT
S Cui1*, G Pratx2, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California
WE-IePD-TRACK 6-5Comparison of Dose Escalation Strategies for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Using a Radiobiological Model of Reoxygenation
M Guerrero1*, E Smith2, (1) University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, (2) Yale University,