Transmissible Lymphoid Leucemia of Mice

Abstract

Frequent attempts to transmit leucemia in mammals, reviewed by Opie (1), have been made without success, until recently Snijders (2) transmitted lymphoid leucemia of guinea pigs. By intraperitoneal inoculations of blood or emulsions of organs, Snijders reproduced leucemia in 58 successive generations. The majority of the guinea pigs successfully inoculated… (More)

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