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Treating the Nasal Ala with Superficial Radiotherapy

Nasal function and cosmesis are important considerations in the quality of life for nasal ala skin cancer patients. Surgery involves tissue loss, which is likely to lead to impaired function and undesired cosmetic results. Superficial radiotherapy can be an effective alternative without these negative side effects, if administered in proper doses. The case studies featured […]


Dermatologist Highlights RADiant Benefits

Over his career, Dr. Steven Davis, medical director of The Dermatology & Laser Center of San Antonio has performed over 25,000 skin cancer operations. While surgery is still the primary treatment, it’s not always the best option for the patient, especially people on blood thinners, with diabetes, or cancers on certain parts of the skin. […]


SARRP Immobilization Devices

Xstrahl’s new mouse immobilization suite gives you the flexibility you need for your experiments. With over 85% of image guided irradiation publications utilizing SARRP, Xstrahl has always brought research success and flexibility. Mirroring clinical treatments is part of the SARRP DNA and just like in the clinic, set-up is a key part of dose optimization. […]


New Radiation Research Technology, SARRP Beamline, Advances Preclinical Particle Research to Optimize and Validate Cancer Treatment Protocols

For a subset of cancers, the exciting world of ion beam, proton beam and FLASH radiotherapy have presented new opportunities to deliver high doses of ionizing radiation to tumors, with the potential to increasingly spare normal tissue. As these therapies move into more routine clinical practice, it is critical to optimize and validate current treatment […]

Xstrahl Partners with C&C Irradiator Service to Supply Safe Irradiation Systems in the U.S.

October 3rd, 2019 Xstrahl and Washington DC-based C&C Irradiator Service are announcing a partnership to supply next generation X-ray irradiator systems to replace cesium sources across the U.S. Used throughout the world, with hundreds in the United States, Cesium-137 is a radioactive source used in equipment such as older generation radiotherapy systems and irradiators. However, […]

Early-onset aging and mitochondrial defects associated with loss of histone acetyltransferase 1 (Hat1).

Histone acetyltransferase 1 (Hat1) is responsible for the acetylation of newly synthesized histone H4 on lysines 5 and 12 during the process of chromatin assembly. To understand the broader biological role of Hat1, we have generated a conditional mouse knockout model of this enzyme. We previously reported that Hat1 is required for viability and important […]

Open Call for Animal Models in Radiotherapy Research

September 18th Open call for original research articles and current reviews dedicated to the development and application of animal models in radiotherapy research for publication in Cancers.   Animal models are essential tools in radiotherapy research that have played critical roles in developing our understanding of tumour and normal tissue response. With recent advances in […]

Xstrahl Spotlights Full Range of X-Ray Therapy and Radiation Research Systems at ASTRO 2019

September 13th, 2019 New X-ray radiotherapy image guidance system and SARRP beamline research platform among advanced new solutions showcased on Xstrahl booth (No. 4028) at American Society for Radiation Oncology annual meeting in Chicago, September 15th-18th. Xstrahl, global leader in superficial radiotherapy devices to treat non-melanoma skin cancer and dermatological conditions, is spotlighting its full […]

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