Tumor immunity in mice immunized with fibroblasts transfected with tumor DNA
Accumulating evidence from multiple sources’ indicates that cancer cells form unique tumor associated antigens (TAAs). Under appropriate circumstances, they can become the targets of immune-mediated attack. Immunization of tumor-bearing animals, and patients, with tumor vaccines can stimulate anti tumor immune responses2’3leading to tumor rejection.
KeywordsLymphoma EDTA Adenocarcinoma Hygromycin Fibrosarcoma
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