Susan Margaret NORTH

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The susceptibility of cloned cell lines of the 13762NF rat mammary adenocarcinoma to macrophage-mediated cytolysis was investigated using both intra- and extratumoral macrophages. The percentage of Fc receptor-positive cells in tumors growing s.c. in syngeneic F344 rats ranged from 8 to 20%, but we could not demonstrate a significant correlation between the(More)
Hooded Lister/Cbi rats bearing the HSN.TC fibrosarcoma produced a high-titre non-complement-binding IgG antibody, and tests in vitro indicated that the syngeneic antibody was specific for this tumour. About 1.4 X 10(5) antibody molecules were bound per cell, a figure one eighth that for cells treated with a high-titre allo-antiserum. When tumour-bearer(More)
A xenogeneic DNA vaccination has been licensed for use in dogs with locally controlled stage II and III oral malignant melanoma (OMM). At present, there are limited outcome data for dogs with OMM treated with surgery and immunotherapy. The aim of this study is to retrospectively review the outcome and survival of 32 dogs affected by OMM that were treated(More)
The importance of host immune status on the spontaneous metastasis of cloned cell lines of the 13762NF rat mammary adenocarcinoma was examined. Cell lines MTLn3 (high metastatic potential), MTF7 and MTLn2 (intermediate metastatic potential) and MTC (low metastatic potential) were subjected to a series of in vivo assays designed to assess how manipulation of(More)
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