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Cyto toxic effects of lymphocytes from melanoma patients and healthy donors tested in parallel on melanoma cells from short term cultures a cell line nki 4 and t 24 bladder carcinoma cells presence of tumor associated antigens on nki 4 cells



Cyto toxic effects of lymphocytes from melanoma patients and healthy donors tested in parallel on melanoma cells from short term cultures a cell line nki 4 and t 24 bladder carcinoma cells presence of tumor associated antigens on nki 4 cells



Wybran, Joseph And Maurice J Staquet (Ed ) Eortc (European Organization For Research on Treatment Of Cancer) Monographs on Cancer Clinical Tumor Immunology Symposium Brussels, Belgium, May 26-29, 1975 Xv+282p Illus Pergamon Press: Oxford, England; New York, N Y , U S A Isbn 0-08-020570-4(Cloth); Isbn 0-08-021101-1(Paper) 254




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