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Resistance of tumour-bearing mice to a second tumour challenge, that is concomitant resistance, was evaluated in euthymic and nude mice using nine tumours with widely different degrees of immunogenicity. Two temporally separate peaks of concomitant resistance were detected during tumour development. The first one was exhibited only by small immunogenic(More)
This paper resulted from a conference entitled "Lactation and Milk: Defining and refining the critical questions" held at the University of Colorado School of Medicine from January 18-20, 2012. The mission of the conference was to identify unresolved questions and set future goals for research into human milk composition, mammary development and lactation.(More)
Twentynine children with non-Hodgkin's lymphomas (NHL) were treated between 1974 and 1977 with a protocol based on those used for childhood ALL. 76% of patients had advanced disease by Ann Arbor criteria. All tumours had Rappaport's diffuse histology. 19 patients (65%) achieved complete remission, 14 (65%) remained alive and disease free beyond 42 months(More)
An epidemic of interstitial pneumonia principally involving premature infants occurred in Germany and nearby European countries between the 1920s and 1960s. Fatalities were due to Pneumocystis. Because the principal defenses against Pneumocystis are T cells, an acquired T-cell deficiency was postulated. A number of potential causes including malnutrition(More)
The use of chromosome in situ suppression hybridisation with whole chromosome libraries has previously been reported by various research laboratories to be an effective method of identifying specific human chromosomal material. As a clinical cytogenetic service laboratory we have used the technique as a complement to diagnosis by classical chromosome(More)
An epidemic of interstitial pneumonia principally involving premature infants occurred in Ger-many and nearby European countries between the 1920s and 1960s. Fatalities were due to Pneumocystis. Because the principal defenses against Pneumocystis are T cells, an acquired T-cell deficiency was postulated. A number of potential causes including malnutrition(More)
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