Time pattern of the antileukemic effect of graft-versus-host reaction in mice.

@article{Boranic1971TimePO,
  title={Time pattern of the antileukemic effect of graft-versus-host reaction in mice.},
  author={Milivoj Boranic and I. Tonkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1971},
  volume={31 8},
  pages={1140-7}
}
Inbred mice were inoculated with transplantable leukemia. X-irradiated, and given injections of bone marrow and spleen cells from allogeneic donors. Control animals received syngeneic cells after irradiation. On Days 1 to 7 after this treatment, the mice were individually tested for the presence of leukemic cells by transferring from each the spleen, a piece of liver, left kidney, left lung, blood, and bone marrow into syngeneic assay mice. The organs and tissues of mice treated with allogeneic… CONTINUE READING

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