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Production of lymphoid tumours in hamsters by direct implantation of normal human leukocytes

Naturevolume 254page272 (1975) | Download Citation

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LEUKOCYTES from patients with various lymphoproliferative diseases can be serially transplanted as malignant lymphoid tumours in immunosuppressed newborn hamsters1. We report that normal human leukocytes can also be transplanted into newborn hamsters treated with antilymphocyte serum.

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  1. Department of Medicine, Okayama University Medical School, Okayama, Japan

    • ISAO MIYOSHI
    • , ICHIRO KUBONISHI
    • , TAKEHIKO HAYASHI
    • , SHINJI ABE
    • , HIROSHI UCHIDA
    • , TERUHIKO TSUBOTA
    •  & TOSHIO TANAKA

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