Biology of Amphibian Tumors

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ISBN: 978-3-642-85793-5 (Print) 978-3-642-85791-1 (Online)

Table of contents (44 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Introduction

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      Pages 1-25

      State of the Art: Lucké Renal Adenocarcinoma

  3. Biology of Amphibians

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      Pages 26-34

      Interrelations of the Populations of the Rana pipiens Complex

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      Pages 35-42

      Spontaneous and Experimental Mutations in the Newt Pleurodeles waltlii Michah

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      Pages 43-51

      Nucleo-Cortical Interactions During Amphibian Development

  4. Amphibian Cells in vitro

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      Pages 52-81

      Mass Culture of Amphibian Cells: Methods and Observations Concerning Stability of Cell Type

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      Pages 82-100

      Dependence of Tumor Formation in Frogs on Abnormal Nucleolar Function

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      Pages 101-111

      Characteristics of Cell Lines from Haploid and Diploid Anuran Embryos

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      Pages 112-120

      Species Identification of Poikilothermic Tissue Culture Cells

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      Pages 121-129

      Amino Acid and Nucleoside Incorporation in Frog Kidney Cells: An Autoradiographic Study

  5. Immunity and Tolerance in Amphibia

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      Pages 130-136

      Immunity and Tolerance in Amphibia

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      Pages 137-152

      Immunologic Tolerance and Blood Cell Chimerism in Experimentally Produced Parabiotic Frogs

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      Pages 153-168

      Immunogenetic and Developmental Aspects of Tissue Transplantation Immunity in Urodele Amphibians

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      Pages 169-176

      Immunoglobulin and Complement Systems of Amphibian Serum

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      Pages 177-183

      The Amphibian as a Key Step in the Evolution of Lymphoid Tissue and Diverse Immunoglobulin Classes

  6. Tumors and Related Pathology in Amphibia

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      Pages 184-194

      Some Morphological and Biological Characteristics of a Tumor of the Newt, Triturus cristatus Laur

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      Pages 195-203

      Skin Carcinogenesis, Mammals Versus Amphibia

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      Pages 204-214

      Plasmacytoma in a Rana pipiens

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      Pages 215-219

      Structures of Spontaneous and Transplanted Tumors in the Axolotl (Siredon mexicanum)

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      Pages 220-228

      Tumors of the Testis in the Mexican Axolotl (Ambystoma, or Siredon, mexicanum)

  7. Distribution and Transmission of the Lucké Renal Adenocarcinoma

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      Pages 229-239

      Simulated Transmission of Renal Tumors in Oocytes and Embryos of Rana pipiens

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