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The acid-fast bacteria present in the transmissible putative Xenopus lymphosarcoma (px1) (M. Balls, Cancer Res., 22: 1142-1154, 1962) were isolated and identified as Mycobacterium marinum. M. marinum induces an infectious granuloma in Xenopus which is histopathologically indistinguishable from Xenopus "lymphosarcoma" (px1). It had been reported that the(More)
The fate of the putative transplantable Xenopus lymphosarcoma (M. Balls, Cancer Res., 22: 1142-1154, 1962) was studied under three experimental conditions: (a) xenotransplantation, i.e., transplantation of live "tumor" tissue between adults of Xenopus borealis and X. laevis; (b) inoculation of live "tumor" cells from X. borealis into the blastocoele of X.(More)
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