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Antitumour Effect of Culture Media from Tumour-immune Spleens

Naturevolume 180page1298 (1957) | Download Citation



THE antigenic activity of tumours has been indicated by several authors using immunological or other in vitro methods, and also passive transfer of antitumour agents by serum injections from animals with regressed tumours1–4.

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  1. Laboratory of Physiology and Physiopathology of Metabolism, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences

  2. Department of General Biology, Medical Faculty, Charles University, Albertov 4, Prague, II

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