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Tumor-specific antigen(s) in a spontaneous mammary carcinoma of c3h mice. I. - Quantitative cell transplants into mammary-tumor-agent-positive and -free mice


Silobrčić, Vlatko; Suit, Herman D.
Tumor-specific antigen(s) in a spontaneous mammary carcinoma of c3h mice. I. - Quantitative cell transplants into mammary-tumor-agent-positive and -free mice // Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 39 (1967), 6; 1113-1119 doi:10.1093/jnci/39.6.1113 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Tumor-specific antigen(s) in a spontaneous mammary carcinoma of c3h mice. I. - Quantitative cell transplants into mammary-tumor-agent-positive and -free mice

Autori
Silobrčić, Vlatko ; Suit, Herman D.

Izvornik
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (0027-8874) 39 (1967), 6; 1113-1119

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
adenocarcinoma, cancer transplantation, cell free system, experimental neoplasm, sex difference, cell-free syste, mammary neoplasms, experimental, neoplasm transplantation, sex factors, carcinoma, mice inbred c3h, isogeneic transplantation, whole-body irradiation, mice, neoplasm, s reactive airways dysfunction syndrome, tumor cells, tumor antigens, cell transplants, host (organism)

Sažetak
Results of a series of quantitative assays of transplantability of a C3H/He mouse mammary carcinoma are described. Recipient mice were either isologous or F1 hybrids, and either mammary-tumor-agent (MTA)-positive or -free. All transplants were performed with tumor cells of second-generation isotransplants derived from a single tumor. Transplantability of this tumor was not affected by the MTA status or sex of the recipient, nor were the tumor-take rates in MTA-positive and MTA-free hosts influenced by 400 rads of whole-body irradiation. These results are discussed in relation to those obtained by other investigators under different experimental conditions.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



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Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb

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Silobrčić, Vlatko; Suit, Herman D.
Tumor-specific antigen(s) in a spontaneous mammary carcinoma of c3h mice. I. - Quantitative cell transplants into mammary-tumor-agent-positive and -free mice // Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 39 (1967), 6; 1113-1119 doi:10.1093/jnci/39.6.1113 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Silobrčić, V. & Suit, H. (1967) Tumor-specific antigen(s) in a spontaneous mammary carcinoma of c3h mice. I. - Quantitative cell transplants into mammary-tumor-agent-positive and -free mice. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 39 (6), 1113-1119 doi:10.1093/jnci/39.6.1113.
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