A review on Application of In Vitro and In Vivo Models of Cancerous Tumors for Studying Hyperthermia Effect

  • Shadab Bagheri Khoulenjani Polymer and Color Engineering Department
  • Saeid Amanpour Cancer Biology Research Center, Tehran University of Medical Sciences
  • Hamid Mirzadeh 1 Department of Polymer and Color Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
  • Zahra Zahedi Tabar 1 Department of Polymer and Color Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Keywords: hyperthermia studies, in vivo models, in vitro models, in silico models, nanoparticle diffusion media.

Abstract

Hyperthermia is a novel method for cancer therapy. For gaining the best control over heating in hyperthermia, using magnetic nanoparticles is suggested. Local control of heat is very important in this technique otherwise healthy tissues around cancer tumor will be damaged so measuring temperature changes are necessary to determine the optimum conditions in hyperthermia which can affect the final results, significantly. Type and concentration of nanoparticles and nanoparticle distribution within the cancerous tissue are the key factors affecting temperature distribution in hyperthermia process. One of the main factors influencing nanoparticle distribution is characteristics of diffusion media such as chemical composition, morphological and mechanical features affect the diffusion of nanoparticles at cancer site. In this review, most common in vitro and in vivo media and their influence on the results of hyperthermia are discussed, also in silico will pointed out as a computational model. Buffer solutions, cell cultures, microfluidics, dead tissues and animal models are some of the in vitro media that are discussed in this review paper. In addition, some of the animal models used for study hyperthermia are pointed out.

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Published
2019-01-02
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Bagheri Khoulenjani S, Amanpour S, Mirzadeh H, Zahedi Tabar Z. A review on Application of In Vitro and In Vivo Models of Cancerous Tumors for Studying Hyperthermia Effect. BCCR. 11(1).