Tumour-dormant states established with L5178Y lymphoma cells in immunised syngeneic murine hosts

@article{Weinhold1977TumourdormantSE,
  title={Tumour-dormant states established with L5178Y lymphoma cells in immunised syngeneic murine hosts},
  author={Kent J. Weinhold and Lester Goldstein and E. Frederick Wheelock},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1977},
  volume={270},
  pages={59-61}
}
THE tumour-dormant state is one in which tumour cells persist in a clinically normal host for prolonged periods. Tumour dormancy is a potentially unstable state and may culminate in either destruction of all tumour cells or death of the host due to tumour outgrowth. We report here two systems in which tumour-dormant states could be established with… CONTINUE READING