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A Specific Complement-Fixing Antigen Present in SV40 Tumor and Transformed Cells

  • Paul H. Black
  • Wallace P. Rowe
  • Horace C. Turner
  • Robert J. Huebner
Part of the Milestones in Current Research book series (MCR)

Abstract

Many experimental tumors, both carcinogen-induced1 and virus-induced,2–5 contain new cellular antigens, generally demonstrable by transplant rejection procedures. Huebner et al.6 first demonstrated the presence of new, noninfectious, complement-fixing (CF) antigens clearly under viral genetic control, in adenovirus-induced tumors in hamsters and rats.

Keywords

Viral Antigen Tissue Culture Cell Continuous Cell Line Tumor Extract Antigen Titer 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Paul H. Black
  • Wallace P. Rowe
  • Horace C. Turner
  • Robert J. Huebner

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