The role of target antigens coded by subregions of the mouse H-2 complex in the nature of growth of sarcoma I tumor allograft.


The nature of the development of tumor grafts of Sarcoma I in allogeneic mice is determined by the immunogenicity of membrane markers of tumor cells coded by the major H-2 system. Minor (non-H-2) systems fail to assert themselves in tumor transplantation. The role of various subregions of the H-2 system may already be followed in normal Sa I recipients: a… (More)


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