Tumor-Specific Antigens Detected by Inhibition of Macrophage Migration

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Science  18 Jul 1969:
Vol. 165, Issue 3890, pp. 296-297
DOI: 10.1126/science.165.3890.296


Tumor-specific antigens of a guinea pig hepatoma induced by diethylnitrosamine were detected by the inhibition of migration of specifically sensitized macrophages from capillary tubes, and by the local passive transfer of delayed skin hypersensitivity and the suppression of growth of intradermally same injected tumor.

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