Loss of neoplastic properties in vitro. II. Observations on KB sublines.

  title={Loss of neoplastic properties in vitro. II. Observations on KB sublines.},
  author={George E. Foley and Alfred H. Handler and Patrick M. Lynch and Sandra R. Wolman and C S Stulberg and Harry Eagle},
  journal={Cancer research},
  volume={25 8},
human epidermoid carcinoma (2), has been used exten sively for the bioassay of potential anti-tumor agents, particularly in laboratories participating in the screening programs of the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center (17). Heterotransplantation studies done in 1955 (13) and subsequently (8—11) with the KB subline then carried at The Children's Cancer Research Foundation (CCRF) showed that implantation of circa 10 cells resulted 

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