Response dataset from canine extramedullary plasmacytoma treated with lipophobic drugs enhanced by electroporation

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dos Anjos, Denner Santos [UNESP]
Rossi, Ygor Amaral
Sierra, Oscar Rodrigo [UNESP]
Bueno, Cynthia Marchiori [UNESP]
De Nardi, Andrigo Barboza [UNESP]
Fonseca-Alves, Carlos Eduardo [UNESP]

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Over the past 15 years, lipophobic drugs, such as bleomycin and cisplatin, have been used combined with electroporation, which promotes their uptake through the cell membrane. The present data describe general findings following electrochemotherapy and how plasmacytomas can respond to this technique. We will explain and illustrate specific outcomes during the remission process. The data presented here can be useful for researchers, veterinarians, and pet owners. Furthermore, the data could be useful for other cutaneous or oral tumors in which electrochemotherapy may be indicated. Interpretation of the data and outcomes may be found in the research article entitled “Outcome following curative-intent electrochemotherapy for extramedullary plasmocytoma in dogs – case reports.”



Bleomycin, Cisplatin, Electric stimulation therapy, Electropermeabilization, Neoplasms, Plasma cell tumor

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Data in Brief, v. 32.