Presence in mouse bone marrow of mediator-dependent cytotoxic effector cells against tumors.

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The role of bone marrow cells as cytotoxic effector cells against tumor cells was examined in vitro. Bone marrow cells from normal C3H/He mice could lyse murine MM46 tumor cells in the presence of wheat germ agglutinin or syngeneic antitumor antibody. Bone marrow cells alone did not cause lysis. Eleven other lectins (concanavalin A, phytohemagglutinin… (More)

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