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Growth inhibition

Growth inhibition (GI) is a medical term pertaining to cancer therapy and the specific reduction in growth of tumors and oncogene cells by a chemical compound, mechanical therapy (e.g. electroporation), radiation, gene therapy, protein therapy, ultrasound waves, light, or any other treatment. Measured in micromoles/liter or micrograms/liter.

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21,592
Prior Five Years
15,342

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