Basophilic leukaemia in the albino rat and a demonstration of the basopoietin.

@article{Eccleston1973BasophilicLI,
  title={Basophilic leukaemia in the albino rat and a demonstration of the basopoietin.},
  author={E. Eccleston and B. Leonard and J. Lowe and H. J. Welford},
  journal={Nature: New biology},
  year={1973},
  volume={244 133},
  pages={
          73-6
        }
}
MAST cell tumours in mice arising in subcutaneous tissues have been described which were not associated with a leukaemic blood picture and did not show symptoms due to the release of heparin, histamine, or 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT)1,2. 
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