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The growth and transplantability of the carcinosarcoma of walker 256 in the ascitic form

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Una serie di ricerche per ottenere tumori in forma ascitica usando materiale cellulare di tumori solidi sono state esequite. Un omogenato del carcinosarcoma di Walker 256 è stato iniettato in cavità peritoneale e si è avuto lo sviluppo di forme tumorali ascitiche che è stato possibile trapiantare nelle successive generazioni di ratti.

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Supported in part by grant No. Ca-08748 from the National Cancer Institute and Institutional Funds.

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Agostino, D., Cliffton, E.E. The growth and transplantability of the carcinosarcoma of walker 256 in the ascitic form. Experientia 24, 166–167 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02146964

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Keywords

  • Sono State
  • Carcinosarcoma
  • Ascitic Form