Comparison of intrapulmonary, percutaneous intrathoracic, and subcutaneous models for the propagation of human pulmonary and nonpulmonary cancer cell lines in athymic nude mice.

@article{Mclemore1988ComparisonOI,
  title={Comparison of intrapulmonary, percutaneous intrathoracic, and subcutaneous models for the propagation of human pulmonary and nonpulmonary cancer cell lines in athymic nude mice.},
  author={T L Mclemore and Joseph Eggleston and Robert H. Shoemaker and Brian Abbott and Mark E. Bohlman and Mark C. Liu and Donald L. Fine and Joseph Mayo and Michael R. Boyd},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1988},
  volume={48 10},
  pages={2880-6}
}
The propagation efficiencies, growth patterns, histological appearances, and roentgenographic demonstration of tumors derived from six continuous human pulmonary tumor cell lines implanted intrathoracically (i.t.) and intrabronchially (i.b.) were compared with the conventional s.c. implantation method at three different tumor cell inocula (N = 184, i.b.; N… CONTINUE READING