K. E. Everse

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Some time ago Schultz and his colleagues (Schultz et al., 1972; 1976) demonstrated that myelo-peroxidase, when injected daily into tumour-bearing mice in conjunction with thio-TEPA, causes a significant decrease in the rate of tumour growth. Neither myeloperoxidase nor thio-TEPA alone appeared to be effective, and retardation in tumour growth was only(More)
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