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Fig. 2 | Radiation Oncology

Fig. 2

From: A proliferation saturation index to predict radiation response and personalize radiotherapy fractionation

Fig. 2

Genetic algorithm-derived fits of logistic tumor growth and radiation response model predicted curves (Eqn. 1; solid black lines) to 4 NSCLC patients data (red circles; [27]) with uniform growth rate λ=0.045 and radiation induced cell death γ2Gy=0.084, and patient-specific carrying capacities Ki. PSIi: Proliferation Saturation Index for patient Pi at beginning of treatment (t=0)

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