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An introduction to tumour immunology.
  • K. James
  • Medicine
  • Archivum immunologiae et therapiae experimentalis
  • 1983
In this brief review some of the basic concepts in tumour immunology are summarised. These include the nature of tumour antigens, the many and varied ways the immune system of the host may respondExpand
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The use of tissue slices in immunological investigations.
Our knowledge of cellular and molecular events taking place during various immune responses comes mainly from in vitro studies where isolated cells are exposed to defined stimuli. This reductionistExpand
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Immunosuppression by seminal plasma and its possible biological significance.
  • A. Quayle, K. James
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archivum immunologiae et therapiae experimentalis
  • 1990
The data support the role of seminal plasma facilitating the transmission of virus and establishment of infection when all depositions of semen occur, but systemic absorption would also be possibleExpand
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Reactivation of antibody genes in Epstein-Barr virus transformed human B cell lines. A preliminary report.
Three immortalised human B cell lines, which had either last their capacity to secrete specific antibody or secreted low levels of antibody were studied in an attempt to reactivate or enhanceExpand
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Novel coated silver (Ag) bonding wire: Bondability and reliability
For the last few years there is a demand in wire bonding industry for an alternate wire to gold as well to bond similar to gold without purging inert or reactive gas during free air ball (FAB)Expand
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