J M Croop

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The emergence and outgrowth of a population of tumour cells resistant to multiple drugs is a major problem in the chemotherapeutic treatment of cancer. We have used highly drug-resistant cell lines developed in vitro to study the molecular basis of multidrug resistance. In these cell lines high levels of resistance are frequently associated with(More)
Recent studies have shown that tumor cells genetically modified by transduction of B7-1, a natural ligand for the T-cell costimulatory molecules CD28 and CTLA-4, are rejected in syngeneic hosts. In these reports, transformed cell lines and drug-selected cells have been used for vaccinations. To determine the effectiveness of B7-1-transduced primary acute(More)
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