Historical development and potential uses of tumor antigens as markers of human cancer growth.

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During the past 30 years, the rapidly developing and changing concepts and technology of the discipline of immunobiology have been applied to studies in oncology. After the definitive demonstration of so-called tumor-specific transplantation antigens in chemically and virally induced tumors in syngeneic rodent and murine species, numerous efforts were then… (More)

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@article{Gold1980HistoricalDA, title={Historical development and potential uses of tumor antigens as markers of human cancer growth.}, author={Phillip W. Gold and Jonathan J Shuster}, journal={Cancer research}, year={1980}, volume={40 8 Pt 2}, pages={2973-6} }