Tumor immunity induced by BCG-tumor cell mixtures in syngeneic mice.

@article{Tokunaga1973TumorII,
  title={Tumor immunity induced by BCG-tumor cell mixtures in syngeneic mice.},
  author={Tohru Tokunaga and Tetsuro Kataoka and Reiko M. Nakamura and Shigefumi Yamamoto and Tatsuya Tanaka},
  journal={Japanese journal of medical science & biology},
  year={1973},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          71-85
        }
}
Effects of mixing living BCG with living tumor cells on the growth of the tumor cells in the intradermally inoculated mice and induction of the tumor immunity were investigated with various syngeneic and allogeneic mouse tumor systems. Tumor immunity was assessed from transplant resistance against challenge tumor grafts, macrophage migration inhibition and peritoneal macrophage disappearance. The effects of BCG-tumor cell mixtures varied depending upon the tumor lines and also upon the… CONTINUE READING

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