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The feline leukemia virus (FeLV) frequently causes death by predisposing the host to acute infections by other pathogens rather than by inducing leukemia. In a previous study, cats infected with FeLV were found to have prolonged homograft rejection responses but there was no evidence that the humoral immune response was impaired. In the present study, the(More)
The establishment of an experimental model with rabbits in which VX-2 carcinoma was implanted in the gastrocnemius muscle and subsequently successfully cured by a second tumor cell inoculation has been reported previously. Tumor growth and regression could be followed by manula palpation. The changes in serum ceruloplasmin (CP, EC 1.10.3.2) levels of(More)
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