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Kidney tansplantation

Y Shimosato, T Kameya, S Hirohashi
Tansplantability, growth, morphology, and function of xenotransplanted human tumors, such as carcinomas of the lung, liver, breast, choriocarcinoma, and blastomas of the liver, lung, kidney, and uterus, are described. From the tumor take rate, it is clear that xenotransplantation cannot be used for the study of every human tumor: slow-growing tumors are difficult to analyze, and functioning adenomas and low-grade malignant carcinomas are at present almost impossible to study by this approach. From the authors' transplantation experience, tumor antigenicity to nude mice with no T-cell function, either tumor specific or species specific, was suspected...
1979: Pathology Annual
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