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Transplanted tumours of rats and mice
D. C. Roberts
Bibliography: p. 93-137.
|Statement||[by] D. C. Roberts.|
|Series||Laboratory animal handbooks,, 3|
|LC Classifications||RC267 .R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 137 p.|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||70450615|
Abstract. IT was reported in a previous paper (Woodruff and Symes, a) that the growth, in A-strain mice, of subcutaneous transplants of a mammary carcinoma which originated in this strain, could be greatly retarded, and the tumour could sometimes be completely destroyed, by giving a sublethal dose of whole body irradiation followed by an intravenous injection of allogeneic spleen cells ?doi= CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): DISORDERS of the blood in mice bearing tumours have repeatedly been described. The first disorder to draw attention was leucocytosis; Pappenheim () stated that leucocyte counts can reach very high values even in mice bearing small tumours. The first reports on increased blood volume in rats bearing sarcomata date ?doi=
Owen L.N. () Transplantation of canine tumours into immunosuppressed dogs and nude mice. In: Sparrow S. (eds) Immunodeficient Animals for Cancer Research. Palgrave Macmillan, London The INHAND Project (International Harmonization of Nomenclature and Diagnostic Criteria for Lesions in Rats and Mice) is a joint initiative of the Societies of Toxicologic Pathology from Europe (ESTP), Great Britain (BSTP), Japan (JSTP) and North America (STP) to develop an internationally-accepted nomenclature for proliferative and non-proliferative lesions in laboratory ://
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): IN recent years much interest has been focused on ascites tumours. They were originally obtained from primary tumours in rats and mice that had been treated in some way or other. The ascites tumours were then transplanted in series through a large number of ?doi= The National Cancer Institute Oncology Models Forum (NCI OMF) fills an important need for the diverse cancer research communities who use various genetically engineered, transplantation, induced, and spontaneous mammalian models. The NCI OMF will work with the community to evolve comprehensive information resources to guide generating, validating, and credentialing of new models, informing
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Author(s): Roberts,D C Title(s): Transplanted tumours of rats and mice: an index of tumours and host strains. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Laboratory Animals Ltd., Transplanted tumours of rats and mice: an index of tumours and host strains D.
Roberts （Laboratory animal handbooks, 3） Laboratory Animals Ltd, Athymic nude rats were tested as recipients for the growth of various allogeneic and xenogeneic transplantable tumours, in comparison with nude mice. In general terms, the nude rats were susceptible to the tumours tested, and shared with nude mice the characteristic limited metastasis :// 「Transplanted tumours of rats and mice: an index of tumours and host strains」を図書館から検索。カーリルは複数の図書館からまとめて蔵書検索ができるサービスです。 Cite this chapter as: Giok K.H.
() Pituitary tumours in mice and rats. In: An Experimental Study of Pituitary Tumours. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg Morphology of transplanted tumours and drug induced regression in the subrenal capsule assay (SRCA) of mice and rats. Stenbäck F, Wasenius VM, Kangas L. Specimens from freshly biopsied human mammary and ovarian tumours and DMBA-induced rat mammary tumours were transplanted under the renal capsule of normal, immunocompetent mice and :// In DA X Wistar F1 rats, growth of 10(4) Wistar-specific Sp 1 carcinoma cells s.c.
was commonly prevented by a mild subclinical graft=versus-host reaction produced by injecting 50 X 10(6) Wistar SPONTANEOUS TUMOURS IN RATS AND MICE Table I. Incidence of neoplasms in male stock mice of CB strain, untreated or treated with solvents only, during Age in months No.
of mice dying 1'4o. examined postmortem No. with localized or generalized lymphocytic neoplasm No. with lung tumours No. with hepatomas No. with skin tumours No Syngeneic rhabdomyosarcoma (R1) tumour pieces were transplanted subcutaneously in the flanks of WAG/Rij rats.
Tumours were analysed at volumes between and cm :// 28 Transplanted Tumors 1 Nathan Kaliss. Comprehensive treatments of the research uses of transplanted tumors and reviews of the literature will be found in Hauschka (), Kaliss (, ), Klein (), Snell (), and Woglom ().Bibliographic compendia appear from time to time (Handler, et seq.; et seq.), and occasional review articles in various areas of 1.
Neoplasma. ; Adenosinetriphosphatase as the factor inhibiting the enzymic synthesis of diphosphopyridine nucleotides in the tissues of rats and mice with transplanted :// The tumours inoculated were a polymorphous sarcoma (37), a carci- noma (63) which in mice grows progressively until it kills the host, and a carcinoma () which grows for about 16 days and then dis- appears, leaving the mice in an immune :// Tumours in mice are also most commonly found in older females, but unlike rats these tumours are usually malignant and often spread to the lungs, causing fatal disease.
Mammary tumours in mice can be associated with a virus that is passed to baby mice from their :// For example, ds-RNA treat-ment inhibits tumour development in mice infected neonatally with murine sarcoma virus (MSV) (De Clercq and Merigan, ; Sarma et al., ), retards development of polyoma virus induced tumours in rats (Vandeputte et al., ) and retards growth of established grafts of polyoma virus induced tumour in mice (Fischer The extract was also found to reduce the volume of transplanted solid tumours induced by Dalton’s lymphoma ascites (DLA) tumour cell lines and increased the life span of ascites tumour bearing mice.
kurroa extract inhibited yeast topoisomerase I and II enzyme activity when tested on Saccharomyces cerevisiae mutant cell cultures. The The mean life time in days of the male mice was ± and of the female mice ± ; of the male rats ± and the female rats ± 8.
In a total of mice tumours were observed. The most common tumours occurred in the lungs (72 adenomas and 8 adenocarcinomas), followed by ovarian tumours (39), fibrosarcomas (26 Transplantation of tumors is a valuable technique used in many aspects of cancer research.
Most of the bone tumors that have been transplanted are ones that originated in rats and mice. The tumors in rats and mice are usually strain specific and often sub line specific, except the murine :// A NUMBER of tumours of mice, rats, Chinese hamsters and man consist of a cell population with aneuploid chromosome numbers1–4.
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Full text of "On the Relative Sizes of the Organs of Rats and Mice Bearing Malignant New Growths". Organtransplantation in Rats and Mice.
Organtransplantation in Rats and Mice pp Hisatake G, Hammond E, Ives M, Griffith J, Shelby J, Eichwald EJ () Hyperacute rejection of the transplanted mouse heart. Transplantation – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Buy this book on publisher's site; Reprints and Permissions Experiments on rabbits, rats, mice, and guinea-pigs have shown that rodents of different species do not react uniformly to the application of carcinogenic substances.
We therefore undertook to establish whether tumours produced by carcinogenic substances in hamsters show any peculiarities as regards de- velopment, course, and ://Alpha-peltatin, beta-peltatin, and podophyllotoxin were injected sub-cutaneously into mice bearing 5 types of transplanted tumours and into rats bearing a transplanted carcinoma.
The mouse tumours employed were: an acute stem-cell leukaemia; a metastasizing lymphosarcoma; a local lymphosarcoma; a mammary adeno-earcinoma; and a melanoma.
About 1, animals were employed in the ://