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The modifying effect of autologous blood serum on the response of gastric cancer patients in leukocyte adherence inhibition test


, : The modifying effect of autologous blood serum on the response of gastric cancer patients in leukocyte adherence inhibition test. Voprosy Onkologii (St Petersburg) 30(7): 81-85

The effect of autologous blood serum on the response in leukocyte adherence inhibition test was studied in 101 cases of gastric cancer. A follow-up study showed responders to leukocyte adherence inhibition test in the presence of autologous serum to have better prognosis. The procedure is considered to offer reliable means for immunological monitoring of gastric cancer. The clinical significance of results is discussed.


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