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Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro.

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Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro. / Willumsen, B M; Ulrich, K; Kieler, J.

I: International Journal of Cancer, Bind 23, Nr. 2, 1979, s. 209-16.

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Willumsen, BM, Ulrich, K & Kieler, J 1979, 'Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro.', International Journal of Cancer, bind 23, nr. 2, s. 209-16.

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Willumsen, B. M., Ulrich, K., & Kieler, J. (1979). Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro. International Journal of Cancer, 23(2), 209-16.

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Willumsen BM, Ulrich K, Kieler J. Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro. International Journal of Cancer. 1979;23(2):209-16.

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Willumsen, B M ; Ulrich, K ; Kieler, J. / Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro. I: International Journal of Cancer. 1979 ; Bind 23, Nr. 2. s. 209-16.

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title = "Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone {"}spontaneous{"} malignant alteration in vitro.",
abstract = "ST-L1 is a cell line established from lung explants from a normal ST/a mouse. The ST-L1 cells have undergone spontaneous malignant alteration in vitro. The cells were rejected after inoculation into syngeneic immunocompetent hosts, and a syngeneic humoral immuneresponse against the ST-L1 cells has been detected. The specificity of this humoral response was investigated. The syngeneic response to ST-L1 was characterized by indirect immunofluorescence tests and by immunoprecipitation of radiolabelled cells and of a C-type virus produced by the cell lines. The specific anti-ST-L1 reactivities were found to be directed against the envelope glycoprotein of an endogenous C-type virus expressed by the antigenic cell line.",
author = "Willumsen, {B M} and K Ulrich and J Kieler",
note = "Keywords: Animals; Cell Line; Cell Transformation, Neoplastic; Cross Reactions; Epitopes; Fibroblasts; Fluorescent Antibody Technique; Immune Sera; Mice; Precipitation; Radioimmunoassay; Retroviridae; Viral Proteins",
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RIS

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T1 - Serological identification of neoantigens on mouse fibroblasts which have undergone "spontaneous" malignant alteration in vitro.

AU - Willumsen, B M

AU - Ulrich, K

AU - Kieler, J

N1 - Keywords: Animals; Cell Line; Cell Transformation, Neoplastic; Cross Reactions; Epitopes; Fibroblasts; Fluorescent Antibody Technique; Immune Sera; Mice; Precipitation; Radioimmunoassay; Retroviridae; Viral Proteins

PY - 1979

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N2 - ST-L1 is a cell line established from lung explants from a normal ST/a mouse. The ST-L1 cells have undergone spontaneous malignant alteration in vitro. The cells were rejected after inoculation into syngeneic immunocompetent hosts, and a syngeneic humoral immuneresponse against the ST-L1 cells has been detected. The specificity of this humoral response was investigated. The syngeneic response to ST-L1 was characterized by indirect immunofluorescence tests and by immunoprecipitation of radiolabelled cells and of a C-type virus produced by the cell lines. The specific anti-ST-L1 reactivities were found to be directed against the envelope glycoprotein of an endogenous C-type virus expressed by the antigenic cell line.

AB - ST-L1 is a cell line established from lung explants from a normal ST/a mouse. The ST-L1 cells have undergone spontaneous malignant alteration in vitro. The cells were rejected after inoculation into syngeneic immunocompetent hosts, and a syngeneic humoral immuneresponse against the ST-L1 cells has been detected. The specificity of this humoral response was investigated. The syngeneic response to ST-L1 was characterized by indirect immunofluorescence tests and by immunoprecipitation of radiolabelled cells and of a C-type virus produced by the cell lines. The specific anti-ST-L1 reactivities were found to be directed against the envelope glycoprotein of an endogenous C-type virus expressed by the antigenic cell line.

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SP - 209

EP - 216

JO - International Journal of Cancer

JF - International Journal of Cancer

SN - 0020-7136

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