Studies on the HST (Hamazaki) virus isolated from Yoshida tumor.

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is due to some external agent capable of sustained action, and the assumption that this agent is living and multiplying in the neoplasm appears to be the best explanation for its persistent effects. It is now known that many malignant tumors in birds and a few benign tumors in mammals are transmissible by means of cell-free filtrates, and there are good… (More)

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@article{Hamazaki1953StudiesOT, title={Studies on the HST (Hamazaki) virus isolated from Yoshida tumor.}, author={Yuko Hamazaki and Jussara Leiko Sato and M. Takahashi and Hiroyuki Tani and T. Aoki and T. Sasaki and Itsuo Murakami}, journal={Cancer research}, year={1953}, volume={13 2}, pages={119-24} }