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Transplantable mammary tumors in Wistar/Furth rats: development, antigenicity, and effect of hormone manipulations.

Transplantable tumor lines were developed from 7,12-dimethylbenz[a]anthracene-induced mammary tumors in inbred WF rats. Although the primary tumors regressed following oophorectomy, the growth of late generations of the transplantable lines was not affected by castration or by treatment with estrogens, androgens, and progesterone. This result coincided with a change in the morphology of the tumors from well-differentiated to poorly differentiated anaplastic tumors. The transplantable mammary tumors were antigenic in vitro as evidenced by stimulation of syngeneic lymphocytes in mixed lymphocyte-tumor cell cultures. However, prior sensitization by excision of a first tumor graft failed to protect the animals against a second challenge with cells from the same tumor line.[1]


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