• Medicine
  • Published in Cancer research 1952

Regression or survival of tumor homoiografts in mice pretreated with injections of lyophilized tissues.

@article{Kaliss1952RegressionOS,
  title={Regression or survival of tumor homoiografts in mice pretreated with injections of lyophilized tissues.},
  author={Nathan Kaliss},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1952},
  volume={12 5},
  pages={
          379-82
        }
}
1. Prior injections of homologous lyophilized mouse tumors, or a normal tissue, into the hosts lead to a significant increase or decrease in the number of “takes” of tumor homoiografts. Enhanced tumor growth follows the large doses, while inhibition follows the smaller doses. The intermediate doses do not have any effect. 2. It is postulated that we are dealing with one substance (or category of substances) in the lyophilized tissue, whose injection in different dosages serves to change the… CONTINUE READING

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