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- Weisenthal, L. M. (2010). Antitumor and anti-microvascular effects of sorafenib in fresh human tumor culture in comparison with other putative tyrosine kinase inhibitors. J Clin Oncol 28, 2010 (suppl; abstr e13617)
- Weisenthal, L., H. Liu, Rueff-Weisenthal, C. (2010). "Death of human tumor endothelial cells in vitro through a probable calcium-associated mechanism induced by bevacizumab and detected via a novel method." Nature Precedings 28 May 2010. http://precedings.nature.com/documents/4499/version/1.
- Weisenthal, Larry . Endothelial Massive Calcium Accumulation Death (MCAD): Mechanism, Target, and Predictive Biomarker for Anti-Angiogenic Therapy. 13th international symposium on anti-angiogenic therapy: recent advances and future directions in basic and clinical cancer research. LaJolla, CA. February 2011 Available from Nature Precedings http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6647.1
- Larry Weisenthal, Summer Williamson, Cindy Brunschwiler, and Constance Rueff-Weisenthal,Bevacizumab-induced tumor calciﬁcations can be elicited in glioblastoma microspheroid culture and represent massive calcium uptake death (MCAD) of tumor endothelial cells. 14th International Anti-Angiogenesis Symposium, LaJolla CA, Feb 2012. Available from Nature Precedings http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2012.7069.1 (2012).
- Larry Weisenthal, Summer Williamson, Cindy Brunschweiler, and Constance Rueff-Weisenthal. Massive calcium accumulation death (MCAD) of endothelial cells as a putative mechanism for bevacizumab anti-angiogenesis and acquired resistance to bevacizumab http://weisenthalcancer.com, 4th International Anti-Angiogenesis Symposium, LaJolla CA, Feb 2013