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Experimental Cell Biology (1981) 49 (1): 34–40.
Published Online: 08 October 2008
...J. Mattern; D. Haag; K. Wayss; M. Volm In order to investigate the growth characteristics of xenografts of human tumours in nude mice, we heterotransplanted 22 human tumours of the lung into nude mice. We noted growth in 11 of these tumours (50%). The histological appearance of most of the tumours...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1981) 49 (3): 148–153.
Published Online: 08 October 2008
...Krag Jacobsen; J. Rygaard; C.O. Povlsen Two different malignant tumours were transplanted prior to or after thymus grafts in nude mice, and the degree of immunological reconstitution was studied. All mice which rejected either of the tumour types had reconstitution as expressed by an excess...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1981) 49 (5): 256–266.
Published Online: 08 October 2008
...Peter P. Sordillo; Herbert Hansen; Suresh C. Jhanwar; Jorn Beck; Philip Lieberman; Lawrence Helson Despite the difficulty in establishing human hematopoietic tumors in nude mice, four human lymphomas were successfully heterotransplanted and passaged serially in our laboratory. Additional...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1988) 56 (1-2): 108–112.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Species identification Histology Nude mice Human oral mucosa 15 07 1987 15 11 1987 7 10 2008 Expl Cell Biol. 56: 108-112 (1988) © 1988 S. Karger AG...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1987) 55 (2): 93–103.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
...Craig Hooper; Rolf F. Barth; David P. Houchens; Ron Nines The JOK-1 hairy cell leukemia derived cell line has been propagated as a subcutaneous tumor in nude mice. After the tumor had been serially transplanted for at least two successive generations, mice were treated with either dimethylsulfoxide...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1980) 48 (2): 138–154.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
...M. Spang-Thomsen; A. Nielsen; J. Visfeldt Experimental growth data for three human malignant tumors transplanted to nude mice of BALB/c origin are analyzed statistically in order to investigate whether they can be described according to the Gompertz function. The aim is to set up unequivocal...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1980) 48 (3): 229–239.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
...Jørgen Fogh; Thomas Orfeo; John Tiso; Francis E. Sharkey; Jens M. Fogh; Walter P. Daniels Subcutaneous inoculation of 87 human tumors into athymic nude mice, including gastrointestinal (non-colon) tumors, germ cell-primitive cell tumors, kidney tumors, lower urinary tract tumors, malignant...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1980) 48 (5): 367–373.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
... progressively in athymic (nude) mice produced large quantities of collagenase but did not appear to significantly infiltrate adjacent host tissue. In comparison, subcutaneously implanted murine Lewis lung tumors produced similar quantities of collagenase and were locally invasive. The human tumors were...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1980) 48 (6): 429–438.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
...-Microglobulin by Human Tumors Grown in Nude Mice1 DiPersio, S. Dingle, J.G. Michael and A.J. Pesce Departments of Pathology and Microbiology, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio Key Words. Nude mice Athymic mice Tumor 02-Microglobulin Abstract. Human tumors implanted subcutaneously...
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Experimental Cell Biology (1980) 48 (6): 439–444.
Published Online: 07 October 2008
... but were unable to do so when the thymocytes were given 7 days after tumor implantation. The humoral immunity of athymic nude mice was fully restored as determined by the primary immune response to sheep erythrocytes (SRBC), a thymocyte-dependent antigen. Athymic-asplenic mice failed to respond to SRBC...
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