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Modification Of Tumor Cells By A Low Dose Of Newcastle Disease Virus.

Paul Von Hoegen, E. Weber, V. Schirrmacher
Published 1989 · Medicine, Biology

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The present study elucidates the mechanism whereby viral xenogenization of highly metastatic ESb lymphoid tumor cells increases tumor immunogenicity and syngeneic tumor‐specific T cell responses in comparison to nonmodified tumor cells. It was found that the frequency of cytotoxic T lymphocytes specific for the ESb tumor‐associated transplantation antigen (TATA) and the cytotoxic anti‐tumor activity in bulk cultures of immune spleen cells were significantly increased (by factor 3 and 25, respectively) when using virus‐modified tumor cells. An amplified response was observed both in vivo and in vitro which might explain the demonstrated effectiveness of this approach for postoperative immunotherapy of ESb metastases.
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