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Different behavior of thymus in hosts bearing skin homo grafts or ehrlich ascites carcinoma


, : Different behavior of thymus in hosts bearing skin homo grafts or ehrlich ascites carcinoma. Archiv fuer Geschwulstforschung 46(3): 183-186

Thymus behavior in A2G male mice transplanted with skin homografts or Ehrlich ascites carcinoma was followed for a period of 28 days. In comparison with control mice of the same strain in which only a slow physiological involution of the thymus was observed, a marked, irreversible involution was seen in the tumor-bearing mice in contrast with the transient, completely recovered involution in animals transplanted with skin homografts. Thymus behavior appears as the major structural difference between a host developing a strongly efficient or an inefficient immune response.

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