Marion G. Valerio

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Mammary epithelium and surrounding stroma have been maintained in an expiant system for 1 to 6 months and subse quently xenografted into athymic nude mice. The morphologi cal characteristics of 26 cases of normal human mammary epithelium in long-term expiant culture were described, using high-resolution light and electron microscopy. Normal human breast(More)
A continuous epithelial cell line, 816A, was established from a lymph node of an adult rhesus monkey with metastatic esophageal carcinoma. These cells are characterized by the presence of desmosomes and a markedly heteroploid karyotype. At a relatively early culture age, electron microscopy showed both budding and extracellular type C virus. Antigen(More)
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