Enhancement by serotonin of intra-tumour penetration of spleen cells.


In a previous paper (Burtin et al., 1982), we demonstrated that the i.p. daily injection of serotonin to mice carrying methylcholanthreneinduced fibrosarcomas inhibited tumour growth and lengthened survival of mice. We suggested that increased vascular permeability played an essential role, which probably assisted the intratumoral penetration of host immune… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/bjc.1984.214

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