Growth of human cancer cells as lung metastases in immunologically tolerant rats.


Newborn rats were made tolerant to human cell antigens by intravenous injection of Amnion B cells, a permanet human cell line of normal origin. At various intervals thereafter each animal, and nontolerant litter mate controls were challenged by SC and IV injections of the malignant human cell line J-III. Tumor nodules of J-III cells grew SC and in the lungs… (More)


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