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Identification and separation of mouse and human components of heterotransplanted human tumours

  • H. M. Warenius

Abstract

It has been demonstrated that, with the exception of foetal tissues (Povlsen et al., 1974) normal cells will not grow when injected into immunosuppressed animals (Stanbridge et al., 1975). It might thus be expected that heterotransplantation of human tumours into immunosuppressed mice might result in replacement of the stromal elements by mouse stroma.

Keywords

Immunosuppressed Mouse Heterotransplanted Tumour Polystyrene Tissue Culture Dish Mouse Mammary Carcinoma Cell Line HT29R Cell 
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© The Medical Research Council 1980

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. M. Warenius
    • 1
  1. 1.MRC Clinical Oncology and Radiotherapeutics UnitCambridgeUK

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