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Suppression of malignancy in human cells

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Fusion between malignant and normal human cells results in the suppression of malignancy as measured by tumour formation. Malignant–malignant hybrids retain their malignant character. The human cell system has advantages for the study of the control of malignancy.

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Stanbridge, E. Suppression of malignancy in human cells. Nature 260, 17–20 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1038/260017a0

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