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A Difference in Response of Normal and Tumour Tissue

Nature volume 143, pages 684685 (22 April 1939) | Download Citation

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PREVIOUS papers have reported the effect of respiratory stimulating factors (RSF) prepared from yeast on the respiration of liver, skin and yeast1,2,3,4. The object of the research here reported was to investigate the effect of a crude sample of RSF on transplantable tumour tissue.

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  1. Rosary College Unit of the Institutum Divi Thomæ, Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois. March 6.

    • MARY JORDAN CARROLL

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