In vitro and in vivo effects of reovirus on HPV16-transformed mice cells.

Abstract

UNLABELLED Oncolytic viruses are examined to serve as anticancer therapeutics. It is expected that in addition to direct oncolytic effect their action will also help eliciting a solid antitumor immunity. In presented series of experiments we have employed two HPV16-transformed mouse (strain C57/B6) cell lines, TC-1 and MK16/III/ABC (MK16), and reovirus type… (More)

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