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Nitrosamine-induced transplantable pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma in inbred Syrian hamsters.

A pancreatic ductal carcinoma, designated CBP, was established as a transplantable tumor line in the CB/SsLak inbred strain of Syrian golden hamsters. The tumor, a primary one induced by chronic administration of the nitrosamine N-nitro-bis(2-hydroxyproyl) amine, is a well-differentiated adenocarcinoma that can be propagated by transplantation in syngeneic hamsters. It grows poorly in other hamster strains. The CBP tumor develops in a predictable quantitative manner and metastasizes to regional lymph nodes. Excision of primary transplanted tumor nodules leads to immunity against subsequent secondary tumor challenges. The CBP tumor appears to be a suitable model for biologic and immunologic studies of pancreatic carcinoma in the syrian hamster.[1]


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